How Indonesia's Fires Made it the Biggest Climate PolluterBy
Indonesian daily emissions exceeded those of China 14 days
Monthly emissions beat U.S. ones in September & October
Indonesia’s forest fires have catapulted the southeast Asian nation to the top of the rankings of the world’s worst global warming offenders, with daily emissions exceeding those of China on at least 14 days in the past two months.
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