Figures from the OECD and the Global Subsidies Initiative (GSI) indicate that current fossil-fuel subsidies, serving as a counter-incentive for reform, remain at about US$ 600 billion each year, three times those provided to clean energy solutions.
What does GSI stand for?
GSI stands for Global Subsidies Initiative (International Institute for Sustainable Development)
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- Get Someone In
- Giga-Scale Integration
- Glide Slope Indicator
- Global Scale Impact (climate change)
- Global Security Institute
- Global Security International (Daphne, AL)
- Global Severity Index
- Global Single Instance (Oracle)
- Global Strategies International (various locations)
- Global Strike Integration (United States Strategic Command Joint Functional Component Command; US DoD)
- Global Surf Industries (Australia)
- Global Sustainability Index (various locations)
- Global System Integrator (various companies)
- Global System Interrupt
- Globecomm Systems International (contractor)
- Goal Systems International (Port Angeles, WA)
- Goddard Safety Initiative
- Goldman Sachs International
- GomTV Star Invitational
- Gonadosomatic Index
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The International Institute for Sustainable Development's Global Subsidies Initiative (GSI), in collaboration with the National Institute for Public Finance and Policy (NIPFP) and The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), have released studies that evaluate the impacts of phasing out diesel, LPG and PDS kerosene subsidies.
For the past two decades, Koplow has written extensively on natural resource subsidies for organizations such as the Global Subsidies Initiative, the National Commission on Energy Policy, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Greenpeace, the Alliance to Save Energy, and the US Environmental Protection Agency.