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"MOVE AHEAD! We have the power: efficient, renewable, affordable" For UNEP
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Sustainable Energy for All by 2030: An enormous challenge yet a tremendous opportunity. Many good initiatives have been taken. We need to scale them up. Discover how Sustainable Transport Systems in East African Cities can improve access to mobility, reduce air pollution and provide an opportunity for local development. We have the power to make it happen! We Have The Power: Efficient, Renewable Affordable.


Access to clean, reliable energy powers economies, lights up homes, hospitals and schools, and improves lives and livelihoods. Yet around the world one billion people lack access to electricity, and three billion rely on firewood animal dung and crop waste for energy to cook their meals, boil their water and heat their homes, exposing them to health hazards and contributing to dangerous climate change. Recognizing this, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is calling on Governments, business and civil society to help achieve Sustainable Energy for All by 2030.


"We Have The Power" shows how we can make a difference, enlightening lives, enriching economies and promoting environmental well-being. Many goods initiatives are under way. We need to scale them up.

Title"MOVE AHEAD! We have the power: efficient, renewable, affordable"
Original Title"We have the power: efficient, renewable, affordable UNEP contribution to the Sustainable Energy for All Initiative"
CityNew York, Paris, Tokyp
Brand NameMove Ahead!
Product NameMove Ahead!
Sustainability Themes Climate Change & Atmosphere, Education & Awareness, Energy, Health & Sanitation, Poverty, Sustainable Development
Date of First Publication 11/01/2013
Country of ProductionEthiopia
TypeWeb Film
TaglineWe have the power
Length126 seconds
Creative Team: Thibault  Dufour ,  Jerome  Sessini ,  Sophie  Loran ,  Martina Otto
Photographer: Jerome sessini