Event poster with event details, organiser logos, and image of woman standing next to wind turbine
Event poster with event details, organiser logos, and image of woman standing next to wind turbine

Date: September 23rd, 2022

Location: Pittsburg, USA & Online (10:15 – 11:15 EDT)

Description: The hybrid high-level side event ‘Women Empower the Energy Transition‘ was held on 23rd September, as part of the first-ever Global Clean Energy Action Forum, a joint convening of the 13th Clean Energy Ministerial and the 7th Mission Innovation ministerial.

The side event “showcased how women are driving innovation for a just, equitable, and inclusive clean energy future and how collaborative global initiatives, like the Equality Initiative and the Gender and Energy Compact, are taking bold actions to close the gender energy gap.”

The side event was hosted by the Equality in Energy Transitions Initiative, the Gender and Energy Compact Coalition co-led by ENERGIA, GWNET and UNIDO, and Hua Nani Partners LLC, and brought together speakers from across the public and private sector, academia, civil society, as well as youth associations.

At the end of the session, the Equality Initiative Awards 2022 were presented across three categories.

Event poster with event details, organiser logos, and image of woman wearing a hard hat

Date: September 23rd, 2022

Location: Pittsburg, USA & Online (12:45 – 13:45 EDT)

Description: The youth workshop ‘Rethinking Energy Transition: Gender and Equality‘ was held on 23rd September, as part of the first-ever Global Clean Energy Action Forum.

The workshop was an opportunity for “young people to reflect on the inclusivity of the Gender-Energy initiatives and thereby provide valuable feedback and ideas to international and intergovernmental multi-stakeholder initiatives, campaigns, and organizations with a strong mandate to make the energy transition as inclusive as possible.”

This workshop specifically focused on “creating suggestions and recommendations to make the Equality Initiative, Equal by 30 campaign, and the Gender and Energy Compact more youth inclusive.”

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