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Although China leads the world in overall greenhouse gas emissions, the United States has the highest per capita emissions in the world. The average American is responsible for 14.95 metric tons a year, in China 6.5 metric tons per person and in India 1.57 metric tons. Meanwhile, citizens in the most climate affected countries in the world, many of whom live on less than $2.00 a day are responsible for negligible GHG emissions in comparison: Mozambique 0.3 metric tons per capita; Malawi 0.1; Zimbabwe 0.9. 

Developed countries have the bulk of the responsibility and capacity to deliver mitigation action and finance to support communities most exposed to current climate change impacts.

We ask that the U.S. fulfill its responsibility to those most impacted by climate change. This includes the countries and communities least responsible for climate change.

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