The International Monetary Fund has found that fossil fuels receive $500 billion in direct subsidies and $5 trillion in indirect subsidies a year.
Let that sink in... that is more than 6% of the world's GDP that fossil fuel suppliers are not paying to account for the cost of burning their products.
75% of those costs are local costs resulting from immediate health impacts like air pollution. You are paying those costs in your health care bills.
Approximately 25% of those costs are attributable to climate change impacts. Droughts, wildfires, extreme weather events like Hurricane Sandy, Irene, off the charts snowstorms, sea level rise...