Fossil Fuel Subsidies Cost some $2 Trillion Annually, According To IMF

(By Sophie Vorrath)

Fossil Fuel Subsidies Cost ~$2 Trillion Annually, According To IMF (via Clean Technica)

Originally published on RenewEconomy.By Sophie Vorrath Science informs us about the environmental cost of our global fossil fuel habit – the IPCC recently reported that CO2 emissions from fossil fuel combustion and industrial processes contributed…


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  1. Corn Ethanol is immoral, if I can use such an archaic word.
    Turning food into fuel for SUVs and Limousines in a hungry world is just flat immoral.
    But that never slowed the 1% down, did it.

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