Webinar: Zombie Energy: Climate benefits of ending subsidies to fossil fuel production
On Thursday February 16, 2017, IISD’s Global Subsidies Initiative presented a webinar which convened experts who have crunched the numbers on both fiscal and climate benefits of ending fossil fuel subsidies at the level of countries, markets, and the entire world.
This is a recording of that webinar.
For more information on the webinar click here.
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