As debates concerning global sustainable development goals intensify, there is one policy that seems to unite all development agencies: the reduction or elimination of energy subsidies – especially those for fossil fuels.
International agencies have a great opportunity to capitalize on the inherently political nature of universal health coverage, writes David Heymann with Robert Yates, Senior Health Economist, World Health Organization.
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