April 13, 2021
Rose Mutiso on Energy Thinks Podcast
Hub Board member Tisha Schuller meets with Rose Mutiso to discuss the important and the unique considerations for Africa’s energy future in the context of global decarbonization (45:05).
Listen below or on Energy Think’s podcast page here.
How Caribbean countries can leverage nature to finance clean energy
By Kai Cash
Experts agree that climate change mitigation will ultimately require removing carbon from the atmosphere to the tune of a billion tons of CO2 per year in only a few decades.
The promise and risks of negative emissions in Africa
By Habiba Ahut Daggash
Global climate change mitigation efforts lag behind what is required to deliver the Paris Agreement goals. As a result, integrated assessment models mapping out pathways to limit greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) and keep warming under 1.5 degrees C increasingly rely on ‘negative emissions’, or carbon removal.
Coffee Break Briefing with Kanika Chawla: Preview of the SEforALL Forum
By Katie Auth, Kanika Chawla
After multiple postponements, the Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL) Forum will finally take place starting May 17 in Kigali, to share ideas to accelerate ending energy poverty, advance clean & just energy transitions, and raise the bar on energy access. To help set the stage, this Coffee Break Briefing features Kanika Chawla, UN-Energy Programme Manager at SEforALL.
Rose Mutiso on Inside the Energy Transition Podcast
By Rose Mutiso
Is the energy transition only truly happening in the West? Politicians like to point fingers at those who ‘aren’t doing their bit’.
Op-Eds & Articles
How Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Will Impact Africa’s Energy Transition
By Katie Auth, Todd Moss
Originally appeared in the Council on Foreign Relations, April 22, 2022. Russia’s assault on Ukraine has roiled global energy markets and turned the climate policy conversation upside down.