IISD Global Subsidies Initiative
Debate: subsidies versus carbon pricing in European renewables
Renewable power subsidies and carbon pricing schemes are among the most popular projects to encourage clean energy investment, but which is more effective?
Activists in renewed battle with Eskom over new nuclear plant
JOHANNESBURG - CIVIL organisations renewed their long-running battle with Eskom after the state-owned parastatal filed response to the Nuclear-1 Environmental Authorisation (EA) appeal, which could pave way for a nuclear build in Koeberg.
Power by All: Alternatives to a privately owned future for renewable energy in South Africa
This report explores new models for renewable energy development that create a greater role for public and community ownership in South Africa.
Compilation of WTO Notifications on Fisheries Subsidies
This compilation brings together all the information related to subsidies to marine wild capture fisheries contained in World Trade Organization (WTO) members' subsidy notifications.
Canada outpaced on EV investments, clean energy ahead of 2021 budget
Canada is being outpaced on the international stage when it comes to green investments in electric vehicles and clean energy, environmental groups say.
How Green Is India’s Stimulus for Economic Recovery?
Is India’s 'green recovery' green enough? IEEFA and IISD's new report shows the government’s stimulus is a ‘mixed bag’ for the country’s energy transition.
India’s stimulus for renewables is a ‘mixed bag’ for energy transition
A new report shows the government’s stimulus is a 'mixed bag' for the country’s energy transition.
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