From Acai to Access: Distributed Electrification in Rural Brazil
PESD researcher, Hisham Zerriffi, examines the success and failure in the use of small scale technologies for rural electrification.
David Victor, Josh House, and Sarah Joy approach greenhouse gas emissions from the federalist perspective of James Madison, explaining the current decentralized approach of mitigation and suggesting a future global framework, a US policy response, and the engagement of developing countries. Read more »
On January 27th and 28th the Program on Energy and Sustainable Development hosted a workshop on the relationship between electric power market reform and global climate change, focusing on the experience of India and China. 12 papers, conference agenda available
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