Access to affordable and reliable energy services is crucial to the success of the post-2015 development framework. Shifting to more sustainable and efficient energy systems globally is also crucial for tackling climate change – the most serious threat to future poverty eradication.
This briefing co-signed with CAFOD, IEED and Practical Action argues for a holistic approach to energy within the post-2015 framework that focuses on development impact with cross-cutting targets and meaningful indicators.
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Authors: Dr Sarah Wykes (CAFOD), Ben Garside (IIED) and Aaron Leopold (Practical Action)
Contributing authors: Karima Hirji, Dr Lucy Stevens (Practical Action)
For further information, you can contact the authors
Dr Sarah Wykes
Lead Analyst Climate and Energy
Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD)
Researcher, Sustainable Markets Group
International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
Global Energy Advocate