Financial support for fossil fuels almost doubles
Major economies almost doubled financial support for the production and consumption of fossil fuels last year, the International Energy Agency (IEA) has revealed.The organisation's latest data shows that overall government support for coal, oil and natural gas in 51 countries worldwide increased from $362bn (£316bn) in 2020 to $697bn last year. Many have been
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