The Sustainable Energy Transitions Initiative (SETI) is proud to announce a successful fourth annual conference, which occurred on May 15-17, 2019 in Santiago, Chile. The three-day conference kicked off with a policy interaction workshop, featuring various stakeholder perspectives on energy access in Latin America.
This blog publishes stories and ideas from the members of the Environment for Development initiative.
SETI Student works on Energy Access in sub-Saharan Africa with Solar Sister Written by: Alicia Oberholzer, SETI Graduate Research Assistant
Electrification and Cooking Fuel Choice in Rural India: Summer Research Written by: Ridhima Gupta Edited by: Alicia Oberholzer
Brighter Communities, Safer Cities: Summer Scoping Written By: Kevin Grieco Edited By: Alicia Oberholzer & Thomas Klug
There are no economic arguments for postponing acting on the climate issue. Past experience shows that costs of action are often overestimated , while the costs of inaction are often underestimated. This argues Jessica Coria in Swedish daily Svenska Dagbladet.