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South African government subsidies not only result in higher fuel costs for consumers—they also help to prop up one of the world’s biggest polluters, according to new research.
Donors must spend an additional USD 14 bn a year between now and 2030, roughly double what they currently spend on aid for food security and nutrition.
Continued urgency from the governments of Winnipeg and Manitoba is needed to ensure immediate phosphorus reduction to improve the health of Lake Winnipeg.
Better-off Households in Jharkhand, India Benefit Twice as Much from Electricity Subsidies—New Study
Better-off households in Jharkhand receive more than twice the share of government electricity subsidies collected by poor households, as revealed in a survey of over 900 households released today by the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) and the Initiative for Sustainable Energy Policy (ISEP).
Ottawa, ON – The Task Force for a Resilient Recovery shares its final report, recommending CAD 55.4 billion in green recovery investments to support long-term jobs and economic growth.
Scientists and researchers from across North America and Africa will be coming together to tackle some of the most pressing issues facing the African Great Lakes.
A USD 2 million grant will fund a new venture in partnership with GEF, the MAVA Foundation, IISD, and UNIDO.
New platform and indicator report highlight the importance of robust data reporting in policy-making.
Leading environmental organizations endorse new green recovery guidelines, including strict conditions on the oil and gas industry.
EnergyPolicyTracker.org, a new website tracking climate- and energy-related recovery policies, shows at least USD 151 billion from G20 governments in support of fossil fuels.