February 25, 2019
Podcast: Todd Moss with Mark Goldberg of UN Dispatch
By Todd Moss

Energy Poverty conventionally refers to the lack of household electricity. Over 1 billion people live without reliable sources of electricity — but a new group seeks to change how we think about energy poverty.

We kick off talking about energy poverty–specifically why the traditional definition of that term may be an inadequate understanding of the problem. We then have a lengthy discussion about the link between big scale energy solutions, global development and climate change.

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