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Income-based U.S. household carbon footprints (1990–2019) offer new insights on emissions inequality and climate finance

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Relationship between pre-tax income and household GHG footprint (log-log) using the supplier income method (2019) (n = 69,483 –includes 2,000 synthetic data points for next 0.9% and top 0.1% households).

(Producer-based results are presented in S7 Fig).

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