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New CEEW brief on governance of clean energy subsidies
10 Nov 2011

Are clean energy subsidies entirely uncontroversial? If not, what are the sources of contention — and what can we do about them? Considering that subsidies for clean energy still remain a fraction of the public funds devoted to sustaining fossil fuel sources, this latest article written by Arunabha Ghosh reflects upon the four imperatives that are driving a growing international debate on the governance of clean energy subsidies despite a strong case for supporting the transition to a low-carbon economy. This article published in the latest issue of a magazine by International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development, a leading Geneva-based think-tank, can be read at http://ictsd.org/i/news/bioresreview/117779/





















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