Short Course Program: The Dynamics of New and Renewable Energy in the Global South
In collaboration with FISIPOL International Short Course 2021 – The Dynamics of New and Renewable Energy in the Global South organized by Global Engagement Office UGM, IESR proudly supports and inviting all the interested stakeholders to apply for the course!
As our world becomes increasingly vulnerable due to the impact of climate change, a switch towards a clean energy economy has become more urgent than ever. Today, the Global South has moved rapidly towards new and renewable energy generation. Its multidimensional opportunities have prompted the developing economics to do more—and fast—to strengthen their capacities to switch to new and renewable energy. This program presents a comprehensive overview of the dynamics and trends of new and renewable energy development in the Global South. Through this program, participants will be introduced to the role of new and renewable energy in global sustainable development, and in particular, the Global South. Participants will also explore the multi-dimensional challenges and opportunities facing the Global South: socio-political dynamics; environmental impacts; potential innovations involved and their prospects.
Fabby TumiwaExecutive Director of IESR
Fabby Tumiwa has been working extensively on energy and climate change issues for more than fifteen years. His expertise is in energy policy and regulation, renewable energy technology and economics and organizational development. He has been carrying out studies and analyses on energy and electricity policies in Indonesia and global level.