Global Panel on Access to Cooling
The Global Panel on Access to Cooling is a group of leaders from business, philanthropy, policy and academia who work together to guide the work of the Cooling for All Secretariat, hosted at SEforALL.
In September 2017, SEforALL convened a Global Panel on Access to Cooling to identify the challenges and opportunities of providing access to affordable, sustainable cooling solutions for all.
Led by the Governments of the Marshall Islands and Rwanda, the Global Panel worked together to produce Chilling Prospects: Providing Sustainable Cooling for All, a comprehensive report that quantified cooling access gaps and put forward evidence-based recommendations to address the challenges.
The Global Panel is made up of leaders in business, philanthropy, policy and academia who work together to guide the work of the Cooling for All Secretariat, hosted at SEforALL.
In addition to overseeing the production of the Chilling Prospects report series, the panelists serve as ambassadors for Cooling for All and work together to identify solutions and programs that ensure the poorest countries and their citizens, who are often disproportionately affected, can have sustainable access to cooling solutions.
Cooling for All Advisors
Ian Hamilton, Associate Professor (UCL) and Executive Director (Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change)
Pierre Jaboyedoff, Senior Engineer and Energy Consultant, BEEP India
Alan Miller, Climate Finance and Policy Consultant
Toby Peters, Professor of Cold Economy, University of Birmingham
Manas Puri, Sustainable Energy in Agriculture Expert, FAO