RE: Antienvironmentalist data?

From: Alejandro Dubrovsky (
Date: Mon Jan 17 2000 - 18:08:18 MST

Still haven't figured out Outlook properly yet (and i'm at work so don't
start suggesting beneficial switches to mutt, pine or other non-microsoft
friendly contraptions), so if any of the following looks badly formatted,
please drop me a line:

Eliezer Yudkowsky's bit:
> This was definitely a very useful resource which answers at least half
> the problem. Thank you, Billy Brown. Nonetheless, I'd still like to
> know about Western and Third World emissions of carbon dioxide and so
> on, in the hopes that it will turn out that the Third World
> has a higher
> prima facie pollution rate, which would settle the issue entirely. So
> I'm still accepting references.
If CO2 emissions is what you are looking for then, IIRC, first world
emmissions are way,way higher per capita than third world countries. I'll
try to find my sources (i'm sure the stats appeared in New Scientists a
number of times, but i can't remember when) but again, my vague recollection
was that australia had top spot in the per capita competition and the US
kicked in the total emmissions division.

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