BEUC’s Director General shares her thoughts on sustainability and putting the consumer at the driving seats in this new episode of Energ’Ethic
Between January and March 2022, I got the opportunity to travel to Burkina Faso and Northern Madagascar for the EURICA project. What I saw in those two African countries sums up all the paradoxes of our time.
In this very insightful episode, IPCC author Yamina Saheb tells us about the importance of breaking silos, the results of poor policy choices and the dangers of the Energy Charter Treaty.
Nanoé’s ambition is to offer a third way in the electrification landscape in rural Africa by providing a solution combining respect for the environment and sustainable development, digital technologies, and social entrepreneurship
“It’s really about trying to find ways or explore and open the debate about how governments want to spend their money and what kind of future you want to pay for”, says Audrey Dobbins in this new episode of Ener’Ethic.
ENAGER’s toolkit for a just transition with the people
The ESRC Just Energy investigated access to justice for vulnerable and energy-poor people in five European countries and regions (UK, France, Italy, Bulgaria and Catalonia – Spain). Now reaching its end, listen to this episode to hear a few highlights.
“There is so much more to the energy system than technical decisions about moving electrons along a wire”. Discussing Fairness and energy with Elizabeth Blakelock in this new episode of Energ’Ethic
Is the Renovation Wave on track to address the complexity of fuel poverty? European policies seem to be getting a better grasp of the phenomenon. Still, even today, although energy poverty and vulnerability are getting more and more attention from European policymakers, many factors remain entirely unexplored. This is particularly the case for the private rented sector. In this episode of the Energ’Ethic Podcast, we will discuss this issue with Manon Burbidge and Professor Stefan Bouzarovski.
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