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News: Consultancy Opportunities in Indonesia with GSI

There are two new consultancy opportunities available with our team. More information is available below: Consultant on Indonesia’s Energy Policy and Investment (within IISD’s Energy Program, based in Indonesia) Consultant on Indonesia’s Health and Energy (within IISD’s Energy Program, based in Indonesia) Application deadline for both positions is 17 December 2017.

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News: FFSR at COP 23

There will be a number of events focused on fossil fuel subsidy reform during COP 23 in Bonn. We hope to see you there!

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Press Release: Ending Fossil Fuel Production Subsidies Cuts Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 37 Gt over 2017-2050; study

GENEVA—February 13, 2017—A complete removal of subsidies for the production of fossil fuels today would result in a steady decline in greenhouse gas emissions between now and 2050 as more oil, gas and coal are left in the ground. This is according to new study by the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) Global Subsidies Initiative and the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) that provides the most robust assessment to date of how global subsidies to coal, oil and gas companies contribute to climate change.

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News: India's 2016 Budget - A mixed bag for clean energy alternatives

On 29 February 29 2016, India’s Finance Ministry released its 2016 budget, with important implications for clean and efficient energy. The budget pledges to reform subsidies and taxes provided to fossil fuels, which will do much to support renewable and more efficient energy. This is welcome as India seeks to do its part to meet the climate change commitments made in Paris last year.

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