Here's how to deliver a green recovery for the G20 economies

Ending fossil fuel subsidies will be key to unlocking the green energy transition Image: REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay

Edward B Barbier

University Distinguished Professor, Department of Economics, Colorado State University


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What's the World Economic Forum doing about the transition to clean energy?

Persistent underpricing of fossil fuels is a major barrier to progress...
Persistent underpricing of fossil fuels is a major barrier to progress... Image: Barbier / Coady et al.
...and represents a major cost to G20 countries
...and represents a major cost to G20 countries Image: Barbier / Coady et al.
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