As the saying goes, we do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children. The role of the young generation is key in furthering the conversation on sustainable development. They are not only impacted by the outcomes of climate change, but also contribute to achieving our climate goals. Here's the latest podcast where we deep-dive into mainstreaming the role of young people in energy and climate! #FlipTheSwitch #GreenTheGap Eduarda: @duda_zoghbi Smart Power India's social handles are: Twitter: https://twitter.com/smartpowerorg/ @smartpowerorg Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/smartpower.in/ Linkedin: https://in.linkedin.com/company/smart-powerindia Instagram: http://instagram.com/smartpowerorg
The launch episode touches upon the challenges and opportunities for providing universal access to clean and reliable energy across the globe. The speakers also discuss details on the launch of Global Energy Alliance for People & Planet and the recent COP 26 conference.
In Episode 2, as part of the Women's History Month, we are joined by Caroline Eboumbou, Investment Director, Global Energy Alliance for People and Planet and Padma Shri Reema Nanavaty, Director, SEWA (Self-Employed Women’s Association of India) - two pioneers of the energy sector, working for the upliftment of women to include them in the Energy Transition by utilising clean energy access and improving livelihoods as a means to reduce poverty. Listen in, as we explore the role women play in this crucial conversation and what inclusive energy access interventions of the future look like.