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Global South
Caribbean Women Are Making Waves in Clean Energy
Meet three women who are leading the clean energy transition through education, mentorship, and community.
Climate Data
Dispatch from the MethaneSAT Launch: A New Era of Emissions Transparency and Accountability
As more "eyes in the sky" make their way into orbit, methane emissions transparency is no longer a pipe dream.
Creating Sustainable Communities through Systems Thinking and Integrative Design
Architect and long-time RMI donor Helen J. Kessler finds hope in the future generation of environmental designers and activists.
Hadia Sheerazi: Championing Equitable, Inclusive, Just, and Sustainable Outcomes for the Energy Transition
This RMI manager is helping the highest-emitting industrial sectors cut their climate pollution in equitable and inclusive ways.
Driving Women-Made Climate Solutions
As we celebrate Women’s History Month, meet some of the RMI women working to change our world for the better.
Sharing the Power: Nigerian Community Takes Charge of Their Energy Development
Chief Alhaja Akamo, the Onigbaje (head of commerce) of Mokoloki town, owns a shop selling biscuits, chips, soap, hard liquor, beer, and most importantly, ice, cold water, and soda drinks, much appreciated in the sweltering, sweat-inducing 90°F (30°C) heat. Akamo’s well-stocked shop, which she operates with her sister, is a…
Catherine Coleman Flowers: A Disruptor in the Best Sense
RMI’s newest board member brings environmental justice issues front and center.
Dispatch from Mumbai: Experiencing the Urban Gem of Palava
Thoughts from a visit to India’s model net-zero energy city.
Global South
How to Hold Back a Storm: Financing Critical Infrastructure Projects in the Caribbean
In the rainy season, storms pummel Saint Lucia, a small Eastern Caribbean Island nation. When they hit, the torrential rain and flooding forces local systems to shut down — the aging infrastructure is simply not designed to handle those levels of inundation. This is especially true in the rural areas,…
Ted Owens: In Pursuit of Practical Magic
RMI donor (and great-nephew of Dr. Seuss) Ted Owens discusses his journey toward caring about the environment and the influences and projects that have deepened his learning along the way.