Achieving a Just and Sustainable Energy Transition

Hear Insights from Dr. Wayne Archibald and Christina Becker-Birck About a Just and Sustainable Energy Transition on the GSI Podcast

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Host Dr. Wayne Archibald and Cadmus’ Christina Becker-Birck discuss the critical role regulatory frameworks play in achieving a just and sustainable energy transition on the GSI Podcast. They discuss best policy and framework design practices and how to achieve the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 7: Affordable and Clean Energy. This goal supports sustainable development across various sectors, such as poverty eradication, food security, education, health, and climate change mitigation.

Key sustainable energy topics.

Key sustainable energy topics covered include challenges and opportunities in implementing regulatory frameworks, the importance of stakeholder engagement, and innovative global strategies. They answer critical questions such as:

  1. How do we design policies that align with climate and sustainability goals while ensuring a just and equitable transition?
  2. How do we fund and implement just and equitable transition mechanisms within policy-making initiatives?
  3. How can we promote and encourage international, cross-border, and public-private sector collaboration as essential enablers of accelerated progress?
  4. How can we provide security and clarity for stakeholders to foster better solutions and practices for a sustainable society?

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Gain insights into effective policy and framework design, paving the way for a sustainable energy future for businesses and society. 

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