2012-12-04 20:34:09

Study Warns of Lethal Global Temperature Rise

A new report by Oil Change International has found wealthy nations are spending five times more money on fossil fuel subsidies than climate aid. In 2011, rich nations spent $58 billion on subsidies and just $11 billion for climate adaptation and mitigation in developing countries. According to the study, the United States spent $13 billion on fossil fuel subsidies in 2011 and just $2.5 billion in climate aid. David Turnbull, campaigns director of Oil Change International joins DN!

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