The World's Strongest Economies Are Helping Big Carbon's Effort to Postpone the Climate Reckoning
One of President Obama's main climate policy thrusts was to persuade the world that since you often get what you pay for, the world should stop paying for more extreme climate disruption by subsidizing fossil fuels. Both the G7 and the G20 accepted Obama's lead—at least nominally. Some countries did something. Revealingly, both rich and poor countries which were helping energy consumers get cheaper fuel reformed.