From the Environmental Law Institute, via Grist.
Anyone else getting no graphic from any of the three sources here?
I saw it in the original Grist story, but haven’t been able to see it anywhere else (including on Grist on subsequent visits), but it’s the main figure from here.
What about nuclear? Would be interesting to see how it compares.
Guess it didn’t say it all.
“Fossil-fuel subsidies add up to around $300 billion across the G20 major world economies.” I don’t have a US figure handy, but the U.S. has a quarter of the world’s nukes.
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