Media corner – upcoming podcasts on access to energy as a basic human right

Next week the ‘ENGAGER Energy Rights Forum: Would a Right to Energy end Energy Poverty?’ will take place between the 15th and 19th of March 2021, entirely online. While registration is now closed, there is still much to learn and there will be more podcasts produced after the event. European Energy Poverty: Agenda Co-Creation and … Continue reading Media corner – upcoming podcasts on access to energy as a basic human right

The emissions attributable to the richest 1 percent of the global population account for more than double those of the poorest 50 percent

No one said the carbon neutral energy transition would be simple but we have a major challenge finding a more equitable balance in our carbon footprints. This is simply not sustainable. Brady Dennis, Chris Mooney and Sarah Kaplan discuss the issues arising from a new UN emissions gap report in an article on the Washington … Continue reading The emissions attributable to the richest 1 percent of the global population account for more than double those of the poorest 50 percent

The energy transition and an emerging energy justice concern

The energy transition is complex and affects many social issues. Jason Byrne and Tony Matthews from Griffith University in Australia raise the concern about energy justice since there are disproportionate impacts of energy poverty. This is a good article you should read. It is available on The Conversation website. What about the people missing out … Continue reading The energy transition and an emerging energy justice concern