By Sixbert Mwanga and Onditi Msololo, Climate Action Network Tanzania
By Biraj Gautam, People, Energy & Environment Development Agency (PEEDA), Nepal The future
How to deliver clean energy access to the billions of people that need it will be a key question at COP 22 this year. ACCESS members will be working with negotiators and hosting side events to advocate for energy access that meets the needs of the poorest, and involves communities in decision making processes.
The National Gender and Sustainable Energy Network (NGSEN) is an ACCESS member working in Tanzania. Find out about the challanges they face bringing together the important issues of gender and energy, and their successes in building capacity of civil society to engage and advocate.
Agriculture supports the livelihoods of the majority of Africans - predominantly smallholder farmers. GDP