Study: Fossil fuel majors' revenues could cover their climate damages

Cecilia Keating
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Study: Fossil fuel majors' revenues could cover their climate damages

Research finds that oil and gas firms could have met their share of climate change costs and still had trillions of dollars to spare

Fossil fuel companies could have paid for their share of climate loss and damages over a 33 year period and still had $10tr in revenues to spare, a new study has argued. In an analysis published earlier...

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