Resolving this crisis requires a complete transformation of the way in which South Africa produces and consumes energy. It requires an energy system that is flexible, resilient, can accommodate technology shifts for innovative and cost effective applications, and has minimal impact on land, water and the environment.
WWF-SA’s goal is to work towards such an energy system in South Africa. We are focusing on five priority areas:
Transition Realism: the implications of rent-seeking to achieve South Africa’s low-carbon technology ambition
This paper is an attempt to provide an additional lens and theoretical framework to existing ...
Open Streets, open minds this Transport Month
At the beginning of Transport Month, we asked our supporters how they planned to walk the talk and ...
A just transition to a renewable energy future in SA
SA is experiencing an energy transition and the big challenge is to ensure that this transition ...