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Covid-19 recovery stimulus have skewed heavily towards 'brown' industries

Covid-19 recovery packages unveiled by nations around the world are failing to deliver the levels of sustainable investment needed to cap global temperature increases at safe levels, IEA warns

Hopes that the unprecedented levels of public spending released by governments in response to the Covid-19 crisis could drive a more rapid shift towards a greener, more sustainable global economy are looking...

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