Beyond Oil and Gas Alliance

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Eleven national and subnational governments led by Costa Rica and Denmark formally launched the Beyond Oil & Gas Alliance (Boga) at COP26 last week. Initially revealed in August, this alliance aims to set an end date for oil and natural gas exploration and extraction and curtail new licensing. Core Members include Costa Rica, Denmark, France, Greenland, Ireland, Quebec, Sweden and Wales. California and New Zealand are associate members, and Italy is a “friend” of the alliance.

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