East Timor: UN Environment Report and East Timor

Diligence looks at recycling, pollution and rise in sea level from the point of view of East Timor. “The locals at the lower end of the income scale find themselves unable to contribute much to CO2 footprints. While the well-heeled foreigner probably is at the other slothful end most of the time.”

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