Pathways to promoting a paradigm shift in energy policy and direction that can eradicate energy poverty and contribute to gender equality
The articles in this report highlight the role that civil society and industries can play in changing energy policy and direction, which would ensure not only the eradication of energy poverty but also the delivery of clean energy by providing a pathway for shifting out of conventional power generation.
A Joint Publication by Oil Change International, ActionAid International and Vasudha Foundation, India
Increasing access to modern energy services for the worlds poorest is a critical development issue. A number of initiatives are currently underway-internationally, nationally, and locally- to increase access to energy services. These initiatives prove that energy access and clean energy can go hand in hand. Moving global energy use towards clean energy pathways is crucial because these sources protect the environment and natural resources locally and do not compromise public health.