Denmark, Costa Rica seek alliance to speed up the end of oil and gas
Denmark and Costa Rica are trying to forge an alliance of countries willing to fix a date to phase out oil and gas production and to stop giving permits for new exploration, government ministers said and documents showed.
Ending subsidies that harm nature could create millions of green jobs, WWF says
Moving government support for environmentally damaging industries into green sectors like recycling and sustainable forest management could boost employment, report finds.
Report: Clean electricity accounted for record two-thirds of EU’s generation mix for first half of 2021
Renewables and nuclear power accounted for a record 66% of electricity production across the EU during the first half of 2021, with clean energy proving far more resilient to the pandemic than fossil fuels.
Fossil fuel subsidy reform in sub-Saharan Africa: from rhetoric to reality (NCE and ODI)
This New Climate Economy working paper examines energy subsidies in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) related to the production and consumption of fossil fuels (oil, gas and coal), and outlines opportunities and processes
Tackling Fossil Fuel Subsidies and Climate Change: Levelling the energy playing field (IISD and the Nordic Council of Ministers)
This report by IISD and the Nordic Council of Ministers modeled the impact of removing fossil fuel subsidies in 20 countries between 2015 and 2020. The results show that removing such subsidies
International Fuel Prices 2014 (GIZ)
The 2014 International Fuel Prices Data Preview report provides an overview of the retail prices of gasoline and diesel in over 170 countries based on a GIZ survey undertaken in