Colombia's energy transition must include diverse voices and be transparent. Authorities must define clear policy frameworks for managing the progressive decline in production of fossil fuels, the need for economic diversification and the new governance challenges of renewable energies and transition minerals.
In this episode of the TRT World's Roundtable, broadcast on 21 July, Thomas Scurfield, Africa senior economic analyst at NRGI, discusses Africa's capacity to increase gas production to fill Europe's immediate energy supply gap, as well as potential risks and opportunities.
Observers have anticipated the EU’s move toward the East Med since the bloc began its search for alternatives to Russian gas; this was the opportunity the East Med gas producers, and Israel and Egypt in particular, were waiting for.
In this episode of NRGI's podcast, Ana Carolina González Espinosa converses with NRGI president emeritus Daniel Kaufmann about evolutions needed in the resource governance field in light of the climate emergency, the conflict in Ukraine, and other global challenges.
This year's G7 Summit in Germany presents the Senegalese government and the ambassadors of the G7 member countries an opportunity to engage in the ongoing discussion on establishing a "just energy transition partnership."
El sector minero-energético es uno de sus pilares de la economía y las políticas en Colombia. En este contexto, ¿cuáles son las propuestas de los candidatos a la presidencia sobre la transición energética?
NRGI experts on mining industry governance explore environmental and social challenges around the mining of cobalt, a critical material in electric vehicle batteries, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.