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Millions of green jobs can be created by ending subsidies that harm nature, WWF says

Millions of green jobs can be created if funds are diverted from subsidies that harm nature Image: REUTERS/Toby Melville

Michael Taylor

Asia correspondent and sub-editor, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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