Heat, Light, and Power for Refugees (häftad)
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Antal sidor
Royal Institute of International Affairs
Grafham, Owen
Color illustrations
295 x 208 x 10 mm
250 g
Antal komponenter
4464:Standard Color 8.268 x 11.693 in or 297 x 210 mm (A4) Perfect Bound on Standard 70 White w/Matt
Heat, Light, and Power for Refugees (häftad)

Heat, Light, and Power for Refugees

Saving Lives, Reducing Costs

Häftad,  Engelska, 2017-09-30
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The Moving Energy Initiative's flagship report, Heat, Light, and Power for Refugees: Saving Lives, Reducing Costs, investigates the current state of energy use among the forcibly displaced. Using a purpose-built model, the study provides the first-ever global estimates of energy use among forcibly displaced people, and the costs incurred for using this energy. It outlines potential scenarios for doing things differently, and urges change through specific recommendations for humanitarian agencies, donors, and host governments. Ultimately, the initiative argues that using cleaner, more sustainable forms of energy can provide benefits for the displaced, for host governments, and for the environment, and can also save humanitarian agencies money in the process.
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Glada Lahn is senior research fellow in the Energy, Environment, and Resources department at Chatham House. Her expertise includes access to energy in developing countries, sustainable transitions in oil- and gas-exporting economies, and transboundary water relations. Owen Grafham is a program coordinator at Chatham House. He has managed a number of major projects, including work examining the governance of petroleum sectors and energy provision for forcibly displaced persons.