Society, Work and Development Institute (SWOP) presents new research. These papers document the destruction of work, water, community and livelihoods by the current wave of intensified marketisation, posing the question of alternatives for social crisis.
The interest in developing and emerging countries in renewable energies is correspondingly high, however the knowledge base is narrow in politics, business, and society, and in many places bound with reservations. In this context, the German energy transition is increasingly attracting international attention. Since becoming the top electricity producer for the first time, with 25.8 … Continue reading Learning from the Energiewende; What Developing Countries Expect from Germany