Anja Von Moltke is Economic Affairs Officer at the Economics and Trade Branch in Geneva, is responsible for managing projects of the United Nations Environment Programme in the field of environmental economics, including research and policy analysis, country studies and capacity building. Recently, her focus has been on the impact of subsidies and the use of economic instruments for sustainable development. Prior to joining UNEP in 1999, she worked for the German Environment Ministry on climate change. She received a MPhil in Environment and Development from Cambridge University (UK). Colin McKee is a consultant for the Economics and Trade Branch of the United Nations Environment Programme. He assists the Branch on projects related to the use of economic instruments in environmental policy-making and the impacts of subsidies on the energy and fishery sectors. He received his BA degree in economics and international relations from Colby College (USA). Trevor Morgan is the Paris-based Director of Menecon Consulting, an independent firm he set up in 1999 which advises energy companies, organisations and governments on energy strategy, policy and economic issues. Previously, he spent seven years as Senior Economist at the International Energy Agency. During that time, he was responsible for leading and contributing to a number of energy policy reviews, several studies of energy market reform and the Agency's flagship report, World Energy Outlook.