Are we building back better? EnergyPolicyTracker.org features weekly updated analysis of COVID-19 policy responses from a climate and energy perspective.
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Canada must do more to fund a resilient recovery. IISD’s research into stimulus packages in Europe and Asia shows four areas of opportunity.
To meet climate goals and avoid further market chaos, governments need to plan the decline of coal, oil and gas production, with support for workers.
Peter Wooders and Ivetta Gerasimchuk met virtually to discuss the impact that COVID-19 could have on the clean energy transition, from renewables to fossil fuel subsidies.
President Emmanuel Macron's failure to engage with the public on fuel price increases can backfire unless France follows Just Transition principles.
Like dancers doing the tango, G20 countries step forward and back when it comes to climate action. It's time to pick up the pace.
Nature magazine recently released a letter detailing how fossil fuel subsidies reform could deliver carbon emission reductions of between 1 and 4 per cent globally by 2030. This is what we think...
A few countries are set to join the coal phase-out club at the One Planet Summit in Paris on Tuesday, but more levers will be needed to bring major coal users in line.
What does climate (and broader sustainability) leadership mean today, as we close out a year of ever-increasing emissions and one of the top three hottest years on record?
We need to bring an end to coal—in a sustainable and economically inclusive way. Ivetta Gerasimchuk explains how.