How two women from Trinidad and Tobago are championing collaborative approaches to accelerate the Caribbean clean energy transition.
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To ensure an equitable energy transition and boost the clean energy workforce, we must prioritize the voices of young professionals.
As the first cohort of the Energy Transition Academy’s Global Fellowship Program ends, the participants reflect on their experience and future goals.
RMI Launches its First Africa Fellowship Program Cohort in Nigeria to Advance Renewable Energy Projects
RMI Launches Its First Africa Fellowship Program Cohort in Nigeria to Advance Renewable Energy Projects RMI’s Energy Transition Academy (ETA) is thrilled to launch its first global fellowship program offering in Nigeria. The cohort —…
The largest single carbon-cutting deal in history, the move promises to shave gigatons of emissions from the global tally by mid-century.
Historic $20B Investment in Indonesia Decarbonization Is Model for Other Coal-Dependent Nations Today, Nov 15th, 2022 – The United States, Japan, Canada, and six European countries have pledged to raise at least $20 billion under…
For the Sake of the Global South, It’s Time for the World to Treat Natural Gas Like the Fossil Fuel It Is
Right now at the Conference of the Parties (COP) 27 in Egypt, all eyes are on whether rich countries provide the money they have promised to poorer, less-developed nations to help them adapt to the…
Two female energy professionals, from Saint Lucia and Nigeria, discuss the importance of gender equity in the clean energy transition.