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This issue brief details how the Department of Energy’s Title XVII loan guarantee program has largely functioned as a massive subsidy for nuclear power plants.
Experts at seven non-governmental organizations including Friends of the Earth examine the World Bank’s surge in direct and indirect fossil fuel financing through a series of seven case studies.
To urge the U.S. Ex‐Im Bank to make a decision based on the consideration of the full costs of coal to society when considering project financing for the Kusile coal plant project.
Urging the U.S. Ex-Im Bank not to provide financing for mega coal power plants in South Africa.
Green Scissors: Urging the House to oppose the extension of the Volumetric Ethanol Excise Tax Credit at any level.
Green Scissors: Urging the Senate to oppose the extension of the Volumetric Ethanol Excise Tax Credit at any level.
Green Scissors 2010 identifies more than $200 billion in wasteful government spending that is damaging to the environment and harmful to consumers.
Legislation helping vulnerable countries and communities address the urgent dual crises of global health and climate change.
This June 2010 report by Friends of the Earth U.S. examines the various, and often contradictory, roles the World Bank is playing in relation to global efforts to address the climate crisis
This guide outlines ten different ways in which schemers can game carbon trading systems and shows how markets contaminated with carbon offsets are especially prone to corruption and fraud.