The latest blog posts from the Global Energy Alliance for People and Planet (GEAPP).
Exploring women’s impact as catalysts for climate change solutions
Gender equity in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) is not just a matter of social justice; it's a prerequisite for effective climate action!READ MORE
Empowering Change: Transforming Gender Dynamics in Africa’s Clean Energy Sector
The clean energy sector globally has traditionally been male-dominated, with over 70% of the workforce being male. However, a powerful transformation is underway in Africa. Clean energy companies are making concerted efforts to diversify their workforces, making a particular effort to attract, hire, and retain women across job functions and levels. The pipeline of women workers is also growing, in part and often primarily because women want to support themselves and their families, but also increasingly to be part of addressing the global climate crisis, which will disproportionately impact poor communities across Africa despite accounting for less than 3% of global carbon emissions. As government and industry look together to accelerate the expansion of clean energy generation and access, we see an unprecedented opportunity to drive greater job and economic opportunities for women.READ MORE
GEAPP paves yellow brick road for PM KUSUM scheme
The Global Energy Alliance for People and Planet (GEAPP) is committed to supporting the government's vision for a clean energy transition through our programmes. I am delighted to witness that our endeavours under the PM KUSUM-C scheme have been recognised, and we are pleased to see that we are moving in the right direction, as evidenced by its incorporation into policy.READ MORE