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Saturday, February 17, 2018

Post-hurricane infrastructure reconstruction in the Caribbean Islands: when business-as-usual is risky business

In light of increasingly intense weather patterns, predicted to become even more intense due to climate change, it is critical to rebuild infrastructure in the Caribbean to withstand future disasters.
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Friday, January 26, 2018

Addressing Energy Poverty: More than Flipping a Switch

Think “energy poverty” and the first image that comes to mind is likely a remote village with no electricity. But it’s quite possible to be connected to the grid—even to live in a large city—and still be in a state of energy poverty. In a recent interview for the ECPA newsletter, a researcher in Mexico talked about some of the challenges countries in the region face as they seek to reduce inequality and provide access to “affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all,” as Sustainable Development Goal 7 puts it.
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Friday, January 26, 2018

To Reach Energy Goals, Ask an Expert

As they strive to meet ambitious targets for renewable energy and energy efficiency, many countries in Latin America and the Caribbean have turned to the Clean Energy Solutions Center for no-cost advice and guidance. Through its “Ask an Expert” service, the Solutions Center makes consultants available to help governments develop, design, and implement climate-friendly policies and strategies.
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