Italian government considering support for international fossil fuel projects that would emit 3.5 times Italy’s annual emissions, despite major climate promise

November 30, 2022By Adam McGibbonBlog Post, Briefings, Featured, Press Releases No Comments

New Briefing: Despite pledging to stop international financing for fossil fuel projects by the end of 2022, the Italian Government is continuing to actively consider financing for major international fossil fuel projects that could emit greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to at least 3.5 times Italy’s annual emissions.

Germany, Italy, Canada, United States warned to keep their climate promise on first anniversary of initiative to end public finance for fossil fuels

November 15, 2022By OCI TeamFeatured, Press Releases No Comments

A UK Government event at COP27 in Egypt has marked the first anniversary of a groundbreaking international initiative to phase out international public finance for fossil fuels, one of the most concrete outcomes of last year’s UN climate summit in Glasgow. At today’s event, countries took stock of implementation efforts and announced Nepal as a new signatory to the pledge, making this country the 40th signatory to the statement.

New briefing: Japan is the world’s largest provider of public finance for fossil fuels, spending 10.6 billion USD a year

November 8, 2022By OCI TeamFeatured, Press Releases No Comments

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 8, 2022 Contacts: Makiko Arima — makiko@priceofoil.org (AEST) Susanne Wong — susanne@priceofoil.org (CEST) New briefing: Japan is the world’s largest provider of public finance for fossil fuels, spending 10.6 billion USD a year Briefing highlights that Japan’s support for oil, gas and coal is fueling the climate crisis, undermining energy security and harming … Read More