Report: Removing fossil fuel subsidies would slash emissions 11 per cent within five years

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New report argues axing fossil fuel subsidies in 20 economies would cut global carbon emissions by 2.8 gigatonnes

Scrapping fossil fuel subsidies could slash carbon emissions across an economy by around 11 per cent, according to a major new study from the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)...

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