Kenya’s MSc Sustainable Energy Transitions coming soon

Rapid and just transitions to clean energy systems across the globe are vital to both curbing impact and building resilience to climate change. Africa‚Äôs role in the global energy transition is undeniable, not only because of its significance as a primary supplier of the minerals and resources that drive new technology; not only because it […]

Effective policy for renewables expansion in the Caribbean

I thoroughly enjoyed being part of Latin America and the Caribbean Climate Week 2021 held virtually this week. I am always proud to see the Caribbean demonstrate strong leadership, technical expertise, and progressiveness in climate negotiation. We may be challenged by size, scale, access to finance, and our particularly climate-vulnerable economies, but Caribbean leaders are […]

Strengthening Africa’s food systems means supporting small farmers

Warnings are increasing about Africa’s deepening food insecurity challenge, as the COVID pandemic has limited the supply of imported inputs (e.g. seed, fertilizer and pesticides) and extension services, while restricting farm labor movement and distribution channels and increasing demand volatility. All this has led institutions like the World Food Program to project that the number […]