July 9, 2018
By Andrew Scott; Leah Worrall; Sam Pickard
This briefing considers the direct and indirect relationships between migration and energy services in places of origin and destination, and how changes due to migration will affect achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), notably SDG 7 (affordable and clean energy). Access to energy services – or the lack of it – can contribute to migration; and migration’s social and economic gains are only realised with the use of energy – lighting, cooking, heating, cooling, communications, mobility and motive power. These links underscore the necessity of considering the impact of migration on achieving SDG 7, and the impact energy has on migration decisions and journeys.
By Dr Simon Mabon (ed.)
Examining the fractious rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran and its impact on the Middle EastRead more