EU countries have introduced $1bn in coal subsidies since the Paris Climate Agreement

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8 May 2017 – Six EU member states have introduced coal subsidies totaling €875 million a year ($960m) since 2015, according to a report by the Overseas Development Institute (ODI). That is in spite of signing up to the Paris climate deal, which signalled a shift away from fossil fuels. Read the full article on website of Climate Change News.