First summit of global development banks must deliver on ending fossil fuel finance

06 July 2020 – Governments worldwide plan to produce 120% more oil, gas and coal by 2030 than is compatible with 1.5C warming limit – supported by huge volumes of public money.

by Sandrine Dixson-Declève, Co-President, The Club of Rome
Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim, SDGs advocate and indigenous leader
Bas Eickhout, Member of the European Parliament and member of the Greens/EFA group.

First published on Reuters

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