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Financing fossil fuels risks a repeat of the 2008 crash. Here's why

Is continued investment in fossil fuels leading us towards another financial as well as ecological catastrophe? Image: REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang - GM1DUNAUBRAA

Jennifer Morgan

State Secretary and Special Envoy for International Climate Action, Federal Foreign Office of Germany

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