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Philipp Censkowsky and Igor Shishlov

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured on Feb. 16, 2022, talking to reporters on the Hill. The Liberal Party made important progress promising the end of direct fossil fuel subsidies by 2023. However, this promise now needs to be credibly delivered. In our recent study, we show that in accordance with international law under the World Trade Organization (WTO) this should also include ending public finance for fossil fuels, notably provided through Export Development Canada (EDC), write Philipp Censkowsky and Igor Shishlov. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured on Feb. 16, 2022, talking to reporters on the Hill. The Liberal Party made important progress promising the end of direct fossil fuel subsidies by 2023. However, this promise now needs to be credibly delivered. In our recent study, we show that in accordance with international law under the World Trade Organization (WTO) this should also include ending public finance for fossil fuels, notably provided through Export Development Canada (EDC), write Philipp Censkowsky and Igor Shishlov. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia