Dario Kenner

Dario is a Visiting Fellow at the Global Sustainability Institute based at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge. His research focuses on the connections between wealth and environmental impact. He is the author of Carbon Inequality: The Role of the Richest in Climate Change. He created the Polluter Elite Database which makes links between fossil fuel companies annual greenhouse gas emissions and the shareholdings of wealthy executives and directors. He is the author of the working paper: Inequality of overconsumption: The ecological footprint of the richest.

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Carbon Inequality – Dario Kenner

Publisher Description  With a specific focus on the United States and the United Kingdom, Carbon Inequality studies the role of the richest people in contributing to climate change via their luxury consumption

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