Resource-rich economies in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) are pursuing two parallel strategies with regard to their electricity sectors: (i) increasing the role of renewables and integrating them into their power generation mix to mitigate the impact of rising domestic oil and gas demand on their economies and to boost their hydrocarbon export […]
In the debate on institutional arrangements for international climate finance a powerful mostly Northern school of thought contends that one should not create new institutions but only make use of existing ones. This Oxford Energy and Environment Comment by Dr Benito Müller analyzes the the basis of this contention and draws some implications for the […]
The debate on institutional arrangements for climate finance. In this Oxford Energy and Environment Comment Dr Benito Müller Director Energy & Environment at OIES looks into the possibility of a compromise between the factions of the current debate on the institutional arrangements and governance of climate finance.
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