Fossil fuel subsidies costing rich countries $112 per person

BusinessGreen: Average fossil fuel subsidies in the world's richest countries have reached $112 per person, draining national treasuries while undermining international efforts to avert dangerous climate change, according to an influential think tank. The Overseas Development Institute (ODI) will today publish a new report arguing that fossil fuel subsidies are costing the 34 OECD countries between $55bn and $90bn a year, with the highest level of subsidies in Russia, the United States, Australia, Germany and......

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