- Sep 4, 2021 6:28 pm GMT
A growing movement to eliminate fossil fuels is leading to the drafting of a non-proliferation treaty similar to efforts made in the past to deal with nuclear weapons. As the latter is seen as an existential threat to the planet, so today many are realizing the same is true for fossil fuels. Under the auspices of the United Nations and other global actors, the proposed treaty would compel nations, energy companies, and other involved interests from continuing to support the exploration for and expansion of existing fossil fuel reserves, and would provide a framework for the implementation of an orderly exit strategy that would wind down coal, oil and gas while protecting workers, communities, and investments already made that would become stranded.
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