The transition to clean energy will be a momentous event of our time. In order to create a sustainable future, all nations will need to achieve net-zero emissions as quickly and efficiently as possible, while properly meeting their rising energy demands. Energy security and climate change has pushed decision-makers into action all over the globe, with Southeast Asia being disproportionately vulnerable. ASEAN and its Member States (AMS) face the unique challenge of balancing their commitments to achieving net-zero emissions within the next 30 to 40 years (10 AMS have committed to net-zero by 2050), while simultaneously maximizing their rapid growth potential.
Continue reading the article here: What is Canada’s Role in ASEAN’s Energy Transition?