Blog Tag: Just Transition

E53 Areti Ntaradimou
Podcast

Media, Education, and Ethics: Shaping the Future of Energy Conversations

In the latest episode of the Energ’ Ethic podcast, Marine Cornelis welcomes Areti Ntaradimou, a prominent journalist and expert in the European energy sector, to discuss the pivotal roles of media and education in shaping ethical energy conversations. Areti shares her unique insights on the intersection of ethics, trust, and innovation, emphasizing the importance of diverse voices and perspectives in driving a successful energy transition. Discover how trust and sustainability practices are integral to Enlit Europe’s mission and learn about the exciting projects and events that are paving the way for a greener future.

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E52 Karin Thalberg
Podcast

Trust in Transitions

Join us in the final episode of the Energ’ Ethic podcast’s Energy Citizenship series, where Marine Cornelis and Karin Thalberg discuss the pivotal role of trust in sustainable energy transitions. Delve into how diverse community engagements and transparent policies are essential for fostering trust and implementing effective energy solutions across Europe.

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E50 Edina Vadovics
Podcast

E50 – Growing the roots of energy citizenship

Uncover the power of energy citizenship in shaping a sustainable future on a new Energ’ Ethi podcast episode with Edina Vadovics. Get inspired on how you can contribute to collective action and advocate for green policies.

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E49 Energ' Ethic Stanislas D'Herbemont
Podcast

E49: Cash Currents: Financing the Flow of Citizen Energy Communities

“Cash Currents: Financing the Flow of Citizen Energy” breaks down how community energy projects, led by Stanislas d’Herbemont of BruPower Cooperative, tackle the finance challenge head-on. Learn the insider’s take on pushing through financial barriers to power communities sustainably and equitably. It’s about real people making real change.

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Moi Tu drawing Title
Sustainability

Harnessing the Power of Our Voices for Sustainability

In a world echoing with 7,139 languages, each offers a unique lens to view sustainability. Yet, as we navigate this crucial conversation, the dominance of English limits our collective wisdom. What if we embraced every voice, recognizing that diversity in language enriches our journey towards a sustainable future? Imagine leading with love, vulnerability, and the courage to speak in the rich tapestry of human expression. This is our call to harness the power of our diverse voices for sustainability, to listen deeply, and to act together with openness and trust.

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Energ'ethic podcast E46 Silvia Sartori
Podcast

E46 – Championing Gender Inclusivity in Sustainability with Silvia Sartori

This new episode of Energ’Ethic podcast is a masterclass in gender mainstreaming in sustainable energy and international development, led by Silvia Sartori. Dive into the transformative journey that intertwines gender inclusivity with effective environmental strategies across Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. Discover the profound impact of integrating women’s perspectives in sustainable urbanisation and energy efficiency projects.

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Energ'Ethic E45 Sophie and Louise
Energy Justice & ADR

45 – Marrying Demand-Side Flexibility and Energy Justice

This episode of Energ’Ethic delves into the crucial role of demand-side flexibility (DSF) in accelerating Europe’s green transition. Join us as we uncover how DSF not only promises a more efficient energy grid but also presents the opportunity to lower costs for consumers. Our discussion extends beyond the benefits, tackling the challenges of making DSF accessible and equitable, and the collaborative efforts needed to ensure a socially inclusive energy future. Tune in to understand why DSF is key to a sustainable, just, and economically viable European energy landscape.

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Energy poverty

Renovating Europe’s Homes: A Journey Toward Sustainable Living

In a recent interview with ARTE, I stressed the pressing issue of summer energy poverty in Europe, a challenge that affects 20% of the population. This, along with insights from the Belgian Energy Renovation Week and the ComAct conference, underscores the urgent need for equitable and sustainable home renovations. Our focus must extend beyond energy efficiency to embrace community wellbeing and resilience, especially in the face of summer energy poverty. Join me in exploring how we can transform our approach to create homes that are not just energy-efficient, but inclusive and dignified spaces for all.

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