COP27: Three-quarters of OECD on course for 2030 coal exit as corporates shift focus to financing fossil fuels in Africa

Published 01:01 on November 15, 2022  /  Last updated at 19:44 on November 14, 2022  /  Africa, Americas, Asia Pacific, Australia, Canada, China, Climate Talks, EMEA, International, Japan, Mexico, Middle East, New Zealand, Other APAC, South Korea, Switzerland, US  /  No Comments

Countries that belong to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) are set to close three-quarters of their coal power plants by 2030, but research shows that fossil fuel companies mostly based in such nations have begun to ramp up new investment in Africa instead.

Countries that belong to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) are set to close three-quarters of their coal power plants by 2030, but research shows that fossil fuel companies mostly based in such nations have begun to ramp up new investment in Africa instead.

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