Fossil-Fuel Subsidy Reform and the Road to Paris
Fossil-fuel subsidy reform offers a major opportunity for sustainable development.
As countries prepare for a major climate change conference in Paris, the International Institute for Sustainable Development makes the case that phasing out fossil-subsidies is a priority.
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