Just and Equitable Energy Transition in Southeast AsiaAlice Dupont2024-04-08T02:21:25+00:00

Covering Southeast Asia’s Path to
Just and Equitable Transition

To raise awareness on what just transition means, Climate Tracker Asia worked with journalists from the Philippines and Indonesia to tell how communities shift to clean energy. 

They produced amazing stories about the impacts of a hydroelectric plant on the lives and livelihoods of indigenous peoples, villages meeting their electricity needs through micro hydro, resistance of farmers and fishers to a biomass plant, and the benefits of a solar photovoltaic system to an electricity-poor community. 

This initiative is supported by Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung Southeast Asia.



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