To End Poverty, Increase Access to Energy
By Tisha Schuller, Seth Levey
September 24, 2018
Op Ed

From Scientific American:

The goal of alleviating global poverty is not controversial. Poverty creates terrible human suffering and wasted human potential, and it’s urgent that we find solutions. Some solutions are obvious and widely popular, such as vaccines, free primary schooling and better nutrition. But we have also come to understand that energy is among the most important anti-poverty tools, an underpinning for other development goals. Yet energy access as a way to fight poverty is often greatly misunderstood.

The full article is here.

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