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This policy brief aims to provide decision makers with criteria to better define fossil fuel subsidies in the context of Canada's commitment to phase out these subsidies by 2023.
This report examines how Aid for Trade could be rethought to respond to developing countries' priorities for sustainable trade.
This brief is the fifth and final briefing of the IISD's series Achieving a Fossil Free Recovery in Indonesia. It looks at how the Government of Indonesia can make sure its energy transition and recovery are based on the principles of a just transition.
This brief looks at how Indonesia can start actively promoting renewable energy by removing the existing hurdles to its deployment—such as unattractive renewable energy feed-in tariffs and land and infrastructures barriers—and switching public support from fossil fuels to renewables to meet the country’s clean energy targets.
This brief presents an overview of fuel subsidies to marine fisheries in Indonesia, explains why such measures can be risky from a sustainability perspective, and highlights lessons from Indonesia's experience in reforming of fossil fuel subsidies more broadly.
This brief presents an overview of fuel subsidies to marine fisheries in India and highlights how possible reform could be informed by India's experience in reforming fossil fuel subsidies more broadly.
This case study presents how mining’s impacts on biodiversity and ecosystems have been managed in Senegal and Turkey using the mitigation hierarchy.
A practical guide and resource list to help Canadian communities report on local progress toward the Sustainable Development Goals.
Emerging economies need to plan for major reductions in fossil fuel revenues during the clean energy transition and find new sources of income.
IISD and Aquatic Life® have partnered in a pilot project of adaptive monitoring in the Winnipeg River basin, to deploy high-frequency sensors that deliver data in near real-time.