In figures: G20 continues to support fossil fuel subsidies

August 2017
These nine infographics illustrate that the G20 currently has no plan of action, tracking system, or deadline to phase out fossil fuel subsidies.
Infographic: Every year since 2009, the G20 has pledged to phase out fossil fuel subsidies
Infographic: G20 governments provide $444 billion per year to support fossil fuel production
Infographic: International agreements in 2015 called on governments to address fossil fuel subsidies
Infographic: Insurers and investors with $3.5 trillion in assets called on the G20 to phase out fossil fuel subsidies by 2020
Infographic: The world's most vulnerable countries support the immediate removal of fossil fuel subsidies by 2020 at the latest
Infographic: More than 450 civil society organisations have called on the G20 to end fossil fuel subsidies by 2020
Infographic: The G20 set a 2025 deadline to end all fossil fuel subsidies
Infographic: Currently the G20 has no plan, deadline, or tracking system to meet their 2009 pledge
Infographic: In Hamburg the G20 must set a deadline to end all fossil fuel subsidies