FIFA has announced that the next World Cup in Qatar will produce a total of 3,6 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent. However, gray areas remain. According to the NGO Carbon Market Watch, the carbon footprint of this event will be 5 times greater than announced (18 million tonnes CO2e). The climate tech Greenly, specialist in the carbon footprint, investigated in order to establish the real impact of this controversial World Cup.
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