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This document was prepared by ENERGIES 2050 on behalf of the Institut de la Francophonie for Sustainable Development (IFDD).

Extract from the OIF/IFDD website

Our modern societies have developed on the basis of an energy system that is simply not viable. Only a profound modification of the current model will meet the challenges we all collectively face.

In this context, the energy transition is a real opportunity to mitigate global warming and control atmospheric pollution, while helping to combat the lack of access to energy resources and supporting the eradication of poverty In the South.

To meet its objectives, the transition will have to rely on a total reorganization of supply, but also on the management of energy demand around three main and complementary objectives: energy efficiency, energy efficiency, renewable energy development.

This guide is voluntarily aimed at a plural and composite public: political decision-makers, but also, more generally, all public and private actors and ordinary citizens. It attempts to expose the situation in a non-technical and non-theoretical way, while presenting a number of concepts necessary for understanding and describing the energy transition.

The energy transition must ultimately lead each of us to wonder about the kind of society we want to see emerge and pass on to future generations. While climate and energy issues, but also issues of solidarity and governance, are increasingly at the heart of everyone’s concerns, we must now succeed in passing the road between awareness and concrete actions.

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