Households encouraged to curb their carbon footprint to tackle climate change | ABC News

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Currently the average Australian household emits somewhere between 15 and 20 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent, but a report from the United Nations says rich nations like Australia need to get that figure down to between 2 and 2.5 tonnes per person by the end of the decade.

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