Tag: clean

Africa: U.S. Push for a Global Clean Energy Transition Can Start in Africa

May 28, 2021
Katie Auth is policy director at the Energy for Growth Hub and former deputy coordinator of Power Africa at USAID. Todd Moss is executive director at the Hub and a former deputy assistant secretary of State for African Affairs. Rose Mutiso is research director at the Hub and former senior fellow at the Department of

Southern Africa: Leveraging EVs for Clean Mobility, Energy Access and Prosperity in SADC

February 22, 2021
The Southern African Development Community (SADC) was established with the key objective of enhancing regional economic integration for the benefit of its inhabitants. It is home to an estimated 363 million people, of whom many still lack adequate access to both energy and mobility services. SADC member states are similarly characterised by inadequate and deteriorating

Trump Attacks Biden’s Clean Energy Initaitve on the Same Day He Announces More Environmental Rollbacks

July 16, 2020
President Donald Trump attacked Democrat Joe Biden, his electoral opponent, after Biden announced a $700 billion economic plan that touts environmental protection measures as a means for restoring economic growth. “Our past vice president opposes — think of this — all of our permitting reforms,” Trump said to an audience in Atlanta during a speech

Why Thousands of Californians Don’t Have Clean Drinking Water

January 1, 2020
California TodayFriday: How segregation lives on in Central Valley water access. Also: A look at Google’s founders.Dec. 6, 2019ImageLala Carbajal in front of an arsenic plant in Lanare that removes arsenic from water. Because of a lack of resources for maintenance, the plant shut down after only three months.Credit...Ryan Christopher Jones for The New York…