Las certificaciones a nivel de mina sirven para acreditar que los proyectos mineros cumplen con estándares de sostenibilidad y abordan temas relevantes para la región andina como el derecho a la consulta previa, libre e informada de los pueblos indígenas, la debida diligencia en derechos humanos y los impactos ambientales.
NRGI's Matteo Molineris spoke with a participant in the advanced course “Natural Resource Governance and Energy Transition: Policies and Practice” to find out more about how demand for critical minerals needed for the energy transition will impact Peru, and how to achieve good governance.
Matteo Molineris de NRGI conversó con una participante del curso avanzado “Natural Resource Governance and Energy Transition: Policies and Practice,” para saber más sobre cómo impactará en el Perú la demanda de minerales críticos necesarios para la transición energética y cómo lograr una buena gobernanza de los recursos naturales.
NRGI Africa co-director Silas Olan'g is joined by Crystol Energy CEO Carole Nakhle and Theophilus Acheampong, economist and political risk analyst, to discuss the implications of recent shifts in energy markets for gas-producing African countries, with an eye toward COP27.
Uganda's Public Financial Management Act 2015 provides for the sharing of oil royalty revenues with local governments. But the law is vague about the precise sharing mechanism, which is creating problems for subnational authorities.
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.