The 28th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP28) marks another crucial milestone in the ongoing global climate efforts, demanding a reassessment of the international agendas.
This special edition spotlights the advancements made by the
ASEAN Member States (AMS) towards net zero, particularly in the
wake of COP 28.
The ACCEPT II study tour to Norway, conducted November 5-11, provided an in-depth look into Norwegian experiences and knowledge about the energy-climate
nexus, which is crucial for the ASEAN Member States (AMS) and their aim of reaching net-zero by 2050. This initiative aligns with the ASEAN Plan of Action for Energy Cooperation Phase II, especially the section on Regional Energy Policy and Planning.
Highlights This study examines how controversies of the energy transition and climate change in the Southeast Asia region were portrayed in public perspectives using big data from the social media platform. This novel data source can then support mapping the emergence and predicting the acceptance of energy transition, which leads to the following research question, […]
Highlights Job creation in renewable is among the most significant social impacts of higher renewable penetration to the energy mix, but it also poses a challenge for countries to adapt to the changing work landscape amidst the energy transition. Hence mapping the distribution and projecting renewable employment in the coming years in ASEAN will be […]