In The Media

Jeff Goodell
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.
Published: 10/29/2008
John Carey
August 8, 2007.  "Uncertain Climate at Harvard Business School," by John Carey.  Green Biz section of BusinessWeek online.
Published: 10/29/2008
Mark Clayton
September 28, 2007.  "Nuclear Power Surge Coming," by Mark Clayton, Christian Science Monitor. 
Published: 10/29/2008
Steven Mufson
October 8, 2007.  "Nuclear Power Primed for Comback: Demand, Subsidies Spur US Utilities," by Steven Mufson, Washington Post.
Published: 10/29/2008
Nature
October 11, 2007.  "Kill King Corn," Nature, Editorial page.  Mentions Earth Track's estimates of subsidies per mt CO2-equivalent, calculated for the IISD.
Published: 10/29/2008
GrainNet
October 23, 2007.  "US Support for Biofuels to Increase Towards $100 Billion Between 2006-2012 With Global Subsidies Initiative," GrainNet.
Published: 10/29/2008
Todd Neeley
October 29, 2007.  "US Biofuel Subsidies Too Much," by Todd Neeley, DTN Ethanol Center.
Published: 10/29/2008
Martin Woolf
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.
Published: 10/29/2008
Mark Clayton
November 14, 2007.  "The politics of ethanol outshine its costs," by Mark Clayton, The Christian Science Monitor.
Published: 10/29/2008
Paul Maidment
November 15, 2007.  "Farm Paid," by Paul Maidment, Forbes.
Published: 10/29/2008
Ronald Bailey
December 4, 2007. "Bioethanol Boondoggle," by Ronald Bailey, Reason Online.
Published: 10/29/2008
Bill Lambrecht
December 2, 2007.  "Big guys step in as ethanol hits a wall," by Bill Lambrecht, St. Louis Post Dispatch.
Published: 10/29/2008
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
Published: 10/29/2008
Brad Kelly
December 7, 2007.  "Will Ethanol Harvest Hurt Some Farmers?" by Brad Kelly, Investor's Business Daily.
Published: 10/29/2008