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Where Black Communities Fit into America’s Energy Transition

When you think of the worst effects of climate change — floods, hurricanes, unbearable heat — it’s easy to think that all that misery would have an equal impact. But the damaging effects of a warming world are not evenly shared, and that imbalance underscores how climate and history are…

Sharing the Power: Nigerian Community Takes Charge of Their Energy Development

Chief Alhaja Akamo, the Onigbaje (head of commerce) of Mokoloki town, owns a shop selling biscuits, chips, soap, hard liquor, beer, and most importantly, ice, cold water, and soda drinks, much appreciated in the sweltering, sweat-inducing 90°F (30°C) heat. Akamo’s well-stocked shop, which she operates with her sister, is a…

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COP28: What Worked, What Didn’t, and What Next?

The UN climate conference delivered more progress than many anticipated — on cutting methane, funding loss and damage, and tripling renewable energy — but it also neglected major priorities. RMI experts share their take.