At this London Climate Action Week webinar, get a first look at a new report on the potential impact of the Glasgow Statement, where signatories are at now, and best practices for implementation.
This webinar will highlight the current status of support measures for fossil fuels, renewable energy, and clean technology in Indonesia.
This webinar will explore how G20 governments can safeguard carbon pricing and fossil fuel subsidy reform within the Communiqué and G20 Leaders’ Declaration.
The event will bring together trade and climate experts to explore how we can address the energy pricing crisis while still maintaining momentum on fossil fuel subsidy reform.
This virtual event will explore how Indonesia's G20 Presidency can lead by example and promote fossil fuel subsidy reform across the G20 to support energy transitions in the post-pandemic recovery.
This webinar, will provide a first look at findings from the IISD "South Africa’s Energy Fiscal Policies" report, presenting key takeaways and recommendations.
This webinar provides an update on the state of fossil fuel subsidy reform and what to expect from the G7, G20, and UNFCCC in 2022.
This workshop, a side session to the GEC Global Meeting 2021, will engage participants with IISD’s five principles for a fossil-free recovery using examples and discussion to evaluate strategies in practice.
This COP 26 side event hosted by IISD, GIZ, and IASS explores the potential for a fossil-free, clean, and just development pathway in the Global South.
A COP 26 European Union Side Event, this virtual session hosts three panels on how governments can contribute to the clean transition.
This hybrid COP 26 Nordic Pavilion side event will explore the case for reforming fossil fuel subsidies and reallocating funds to clean energy.
Bonn Climate Change Conference side event on the analysis of the Fossil Fuel Subsidies in Brazil, Mexico and Argentina.
Posters of GSI supported events at COP 22 in Marrakech, Morocco.
Globally, governments spend more than US$ 500 billion annually to keep domestic prices for oil, gas and coal products artificially low. Fossil fuel subsidies increase carbon emissions and lock us into a high carbon future. Now is the time for their removal.
DURBAN - 7 December 2011 - As a side-event at the UNFCCC's 17th Conference of Parties, the GSI and the Friends of Fossil Fuel Subsidy Reform convened a high-level discussion The Missing Piece? Fossil Fuel Subsidy Reform and Climate Change. The event brought together responsible ministers and other high-level government representatives from Costa Rica, Denmark, Ethiopia, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland, as well as energy subsidy experts from all over the world. The discussion focused on the current state of global efforts to reform fossil-fuel subsidies and possible pathways going forward, including opportunities for integrating reform with national and international climate-change policies.