Video: Shifting investment to renewable energy sources in Southeast Asia
In Southeast Asia, Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam hold the biggest potential when shifting investment away from fossil fuels and coal power plants towards their significant untapped renewable energy sources. How can these three countries lead the way to sustainable development in the region? What are the priority actions to accelerate growth and deliver a bright future based on reliable, affordable and sustainable energy?
In this video, national partners from the project on Shifting Financial Flows to Invest in Low-Carbon Development in Southeast Asia (SHIFT SEA), as well as Christiana Figueres, Convenor of Mission 2020, former UNFCCC Executive Secretary, and Rachel Kyte, CEO and Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for SEforALL, discuss how to incentivize investment in renewable energy.