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Chilling prospects: tracking sustainable cooling for all 2021

Source(s):  Kigali Cooling Efficiency Program (K-CEP)
Sustainable Energy for All Initiative (SE4ALL)

This is the fourth edition of the ground-breaking Chilling Prospects series, which tracks immediate vulnerability due to a lack of access to cooling. The work identifies populations at risk for whom a lack of access to cooling threatens their immediate health and safety. It models risk based on a spectrum of cooling needs: human comfort and safety; agriculture, food and nutrition security; and health services and medicine. On this basis, it categorizes risk across four populations: the rural poor, the urban poor, the lower-middle income and the middle income. The report features four chapters:

  1. Global tracking;
  2. sub-national cooling risks;
  3. impact of COVID-19 on access to cooling; and
  4. sustainable cooling solutions in action. 

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  • Chilling prospects: tracking sustainable cooling for all 2021
  • Publication date 2021
  • Number of pages 62 p.

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