Fatih Birol

Chief Economist for the International Energy Agency

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Chief Economist for the International Energy Agency, a Paris, France-based intergovernmental organization founded to prevent disruptions in the oil supply which also promotes alternative energy sources and policies

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As leaders at the G8 Summit today reached a surprising agreement about reducing greenhouse-gas emissions, what about the role of rapidly growing and rapidly polluting, developing…

Should World Help Developing Nations Control Carbon Emissions?

As leaders at the G8 Summit today reached a surprising agreement about reducing greenhouse-gas emissions, what about the role of rapidly growing and rapidly polluting, developing…

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As leaders at the  G8 Summit  today reached a  surprising
agreement  about reducing greenhouse-gas emissions, what about the role of
rapidly growing and rapidly polluting, developing…

Should World Help Developing Nations Control Carbon Emissions?

As leaders at the G8 Summit today reached a surprising agreement about reducing greenhouse-gas emissions, what about the role of rapidly growing and rapidly polluting, developing…

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