In The Media
July 24, 2007. "The Ethanol Scam: One of America's Biggest Political Boondoggles," by Jeff Goodell, Rolling Stone. Cites subsidy value per gallon of ethanol from our October 2006 study for IISD.
August 8, 2007. "Uncertain Climate at Harvard Business School," by John Carey. Green Biz section of BusinessWeek online.
September 28, 2007. "Nuclear Power Surge Coming," by Mark Clayton, Christian Science Monitor.
October 8, 2007. "Nuclear Power Primed for Comback: Demand, Subsidies Spur US Utilities," by Steven Mufson, Washington Post.
October 11, 2007. "Kill King Corn," Nature, Editorial page. Mentions Earth Track's estimates of subsidies per mt CO2-equivalent, calculated for the IISD.
October 23, 2007. "US Support for Biofuels to Increase Towards $100 Billion Between 2006-2012 With Global Subsidies Initiative," GrainNet.
October 29, 2007. "US Biofuel Subsidies Too Much," by Todd Neeley, DTN Ethanol Center.
October 30, 2007. "Biofuels: a tale of special interests and subsidies," by Martin Woolf, Financial Times. Discusses a variety of the findings of the Global Subsidy Initiative's reports on biofuels subsidies including the US report done by Earth Track.
November 14, 2007. "The politics of ethanol outshine its costs," by Mark Clayton, The Christian Science Monitor.
November 15, 2007. "Farm Paid," by Paul Maidment, Forbes.
December 4, 2007. "Bioethanol Boondoggle," by Ronald Bailey, Reason Online.
December 2, 2007. "Big guys step in as ethanol hits a wall," by Bill Lambrecht, St. Louis Post Dispatch.
December 6, 2007. "Cheap No more: Rising incomes in Asia and ethanol subsidies in America have put an end to a long era of falling food prices," The Economist. Cites data, though unfortunately without attribution:"America's ethanol programme is a product of government subsidies. There are more… Read More