The Energy Revolution in Africa: Don’t take it for granted!
It is difficult to deny the many benefits that come with a green energy revolution. But rationality alone won’t drive this revolution. As part of this month’s series on the climate work of FES and its partners, we take a glimpse into the energy situation of Sub-Saharan Africa.
First in this month’s special series on the work by FES and partners on climate change and energy policy, we peek into the transformation of the Jordanian energy system for sustainable, social development in North Africa and the Middle East
Yaoundé (Cameroon) - Over half of the 22 million population employs domestic workers and the figures demonstrate an urgent need to support care workers in voicing their needs and attaining their rights.