A New Study:
“Towards a just energy transition in Tunisia”
This study on the state of the energy sector in Tunisia (including renewable energy) is based on the key premise that energy is not a profit-making commodity, but a right. The study argues that access to energy and its production are political questions in essence, rather than purely technical ones. Drawing on a redistributive justice viewpoint, it addresses the following questions: Who owns what? Who does what? Who gets what? Who wins and who loses? Who benefits from the collective public good?
The struggle to
Establish food sovereignty and achieve climate and environmental justice.