Sweet Harmony: Why UN climate plans should use the same metrics

If the INDCs are going to be the foundations of a global climate solution, we need to make sure they are durable and clear, argue experts

By Pieter Pauw and Kennedy Liti Mbeva

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A Just Energy Transition for Africa

By: Kennedy Liti Mbeva

Energy poverty is one of the major challenges holding back Africa’s transformation agenda, as clearly articulated in the African Union’s Agenda 2063[1]. About 70% of the African population is not connected to the electricity grid, yet the AU 2063 agenda emphasises that energy is the backbone of economic transformation. Lack of clean, affordable energy is thus a critical challenge in Africa, and one that has recently started getting the publicity that it deserves.

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