Energy agency warns that global fossil fuel subsidies could hit $660bn by 2020 based on current trends
Fossil fuel subsidies will rise by more than a third to $660bn a year by 2020 if action is not taken to curtail the increases, the International Energy Agency (IEA) has warned today. Analysis published...
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