In the global economy, fossil fuels—coal, oil, and natural gas—have been dominant threads, fueling industries, powering nations, and shaping international policies. Yet, as we grapple with climate change and environmental sustainability, understanding the complex relationship between fossil fuels and the global economy becomes increasingly crucial. This article gives an overview
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