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List of Images:

Blogs Brighton, The Development of the Industrial Revolution,

Carbon Brief, CO2 Emissions for Shared Socioeconomic Pathways Baselines,

Carbon Brief, Global Mean Temperature,

Carbon Brief, “Plausible” Internal Climate Migration Totals by 2050 across Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and Latin America,

Carbon Visuals, Illustration of 400 ppm CO2,

Chinese Posters, Develop Communication and Transport,

Chinese Posters, Water Conservancy Works in the First Five Year Plan,, Stroika BAMa [BAM Construction],

Future of Jobs Survey 2020, World Economic Forum, Top 20 job roles in increasing and decreasing demand across industries,

Grida, Value of Various Ecosystems,

International Labor Organization, Achieving Energy Sustainability and Its Impact on Employment in 2030 in G20 Countries,

McKinsey, Negative Emissions Required in 1,5°C Pathways vs Current Pipeline,

Rare Historical Photos, A View of the Culebra Cut from the West Bank,

Red Avantgarde, Soviet Poster,

Rodalein Institute,Carbon Sequestration Potential of Global Adoption of Regenerative Agriculture,

Statista, Production of Hydrogen Worldwide between 2015 and 2018, with a Forecast until 2050,

Tatenergosbyt, Soviet Poster,