Search

Results for: Sustainable Energy for All Program.
Displaying results 11 - 20 of 35 items found

11. Praise for President Obama’s Power Africa initiative

Power Africa builds on the great leadership shown by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, who launched the Sustainable Energy for All initiative two years ago, with the objective of ensuring universal access to modern energy services – not just electricity, but clean fuels for cooking and heating – by 2030.

12. Linkin Park Joins Rio+Social

Today Linkin Park announced their participation in Rio+Social on June 19th, a global conversation organized by the United Nations Foundation, …

13. Linkin Park and Music for Relief to Bring Solar Power to Uganda Health Clinics

Building on its Power the World initiative to bring solar lights to homes in Haiti, the Grammy-Award winning band Linkin …

14. Jem Porcaro

Jem Porcaro is the UN Foundation’s Senior Director for Energy Access. He oversees the Foundation’s work to expand access to …

15. Ryan Hobert

Ryan helps lead the Foundation’s efforts to promote and protect the international climate agreement that was universally adopted by 195 countries in Paris in 2015.

16. Smashing Siloes: A New Era of Alliances and Partnerships for the SDGs

Public-private partnerships or “PPPs” have been the cherished and widely used approach for collaboration in global development for more than …

17. 15 Highlights from 2015

This year was truly a historic year for people and the planet thanks to the leadership of the United Nations, …

18. Cooking Shouldn’t Kill: Our Commitment to Clean Cookstoves

Cooking shouldn’t kill. It’s a simple premise, yet every year more than 4 million people die from exposure to household …

19. United Nations Foundation Mobilizes Critical Support for the Millennium Development Goals

Today marks 500 days until the target date to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) – eight goals embraced by …

20. One Action for the Millennium Development Goals

With 808 days until the target date to achieve the MDGs – eight goals embraced by governments and the UN in 2000 to reduce poverty, hunger, gender inequality, preventable deaths, and environmental degradation by 2015 – it’s a question at the top of many minds.

Items 11 - 20 of 35