• Published 2006

SEARCHING FOR SUSTAINABILITY KENYA ’ S ENERGY PAST AND FUTURE

@inproceedings{Bailis2006SEARCHINGFS,
  title={SEARCHING FOR SUSTAINABILITY KENYA ’ S ENERGY PAST AND FUTURE},
  author={Rob Bailis and Charles Kirubi and Arne Jacobson},
  year={2006}
}
Introduction One generation ago world leaders convened in Nairobi to discuss pathways to sustainability in the world’s energy supply [1, 2]. At the time, the world faced record high energy prices and decision makers were gradually becoming aware of the social and environmental costs of their nations’ appetites for energy. In 1981 in Nairobi, the representatives of the world’s nations committed themselves to: 

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