By Robinson Meyer
Who is to blame for climate change?
Of course, we all are. If you’ve lived on Earth for even a couple of years, then greenhouse gases—emitted by you or for your benefit—have in some small part helped cause warming temperatures, rising sea levels, and mass extinctions.
It’s that “in some small part” that’s the rub, though. Global warming is a global phenomenon, with millions of victims and billions of culprits. At that kind of scale, how much of that melting ice cap are you responsible for, really?
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