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Announcing the Participants of the “Empowering Central Asian Women in Renewable Energy” Mentoring Program

The Global Women’s Network for the Energy Transition (GWNET) in partnership with the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), as part of the OSCE ExB Project on "Promoting women’s economic empowerment in the energy sector for energy security and sustainability in Central Asia" is excited to share the selected participants for the “Empowering Central Asian Women in Renewable [...]

Welcoming GWNET’s Newest Corporate Member: Interview with Proximo

  Who is Proximo? What activities does your work involve? Proximo is the leading provider for news, analysis, research, data and events to the energy, infrastructure and project finance communities. Proximo goes beyond providing your standard industry events – we exceed the educational need for the sector whilst fostering a creative environment to build our delegates’ network, advance their fundraising […]

If Women had an Equal Say in Decision-Making: Would it Matter?

Article by Irene Giner-Reichl   There is much available analysis on how women suffered disproportionately during the Covid 19 pandemic – as caregivers in their families saddled with additional duties for homeschooling;  as critical infrastructure employees in nursing and medical professions taking the brunt of the risk of infection; as members of the work-force most prone to losing their jobs […]

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