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Presentations & Infographics

Infographics: Campaign "Stop fossil fuel subsidies" at COP23

During COP 23 in Bonn, Legambiente, Oil Change International and CAN Europe published a number of infographics on fossil fuel subsidies, together with social media posts. 

The aim of this digital campaign was two-fold:

  • draw the attention of governments and citizens to all the crazy figures that we have found in researching subsidies
  • push decision-makers to urgently implement their commitment to phase out all forms of fossil fuel subsidies by 2020, and shift financial flows towards a just, clean and renewable energy transition.

Feel free to disseminate these infographics on your social media channels!

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