A Convenient Lie: Why Fossil Fuel Supply Matters for the Climate

September 3, 2015By Steve KretzmannBlog Post, Briefings, Featured, Research & Opinions, Separate Oil and State 7 Comments

Over the past week, virtually every article on the President’s trip to Alaska to highlight the impacts of climate change, has in the next breath mentioned the President’s approval of Shell’s arctic drilling. The allegation made vocally by the environmental community is that these two things are deeply contradictory, and blatantly hypocritical. It’s an allegation … Read More

Letter to G20 Finance Ministers: Delivering on G20 commitment to phase out fossil fuel subsidies

September 3, 2015By Alex DoukasIndustry Analysis

September 2, 2015 To: G20 Finance Ministers CC: Prof. Dr. Ahmet Davuto?lu, Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan, Deputy Undersecretary for Turkish Treasury Cavit Da?da?, Ambassador Feridun Sinirlio?lu RE: Delivering on G20 Commitment to Phase Out Fossil Fuel Subsidies Dear G20 Finance Ministers, In the lead-up to the G20 Summit in November, we – 63 civil … Read More