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The CSIS Energy & National Security Program is pleased to launch its latest report, “Energy and Development: Providing Access and Growth.”
Based on findings from several workshops conducted by CSIS over the last two years, Energy and Development explores several of the most important shifts underpinning the energy access issue. By exploring the role of emerging economies as the primary drivers of future energy demand, the influence of sustainability and climate change concerns in crafting development strategies, and changes to how energy access and growth are measured, the report provides a unique survey of energy and economic growth in the developing world.
Sarah Ladislaw (CSIS) will present the report, followed by a panel discussion with Morgan Bazilian (World Bank; CSIS), Morgan Landy (International Finance Corporation), and Philippe Benoit (GIAS2050; CSIS). Erol Yayboke (CSIS), co-author of the report, will moderate.
**Morgan Landy, Director, Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) Sustainability Advice and Solutions, International Finance Corporation
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