Dr Dorel Iosif is the Chief Executive of LAVAUX and a Board Director with Cognisium. He is a strategist and a global energy markets expert and resides in Australia.
Dr Dorel Iosif is the Chief Executive of LAVAUX and a Board Director with Cognisium. ...see more
The inevitable challenges of energy transitions
The Inordinate Injustice. Can COP27 Live Up To Its Mission?
The inordinate injustice catchphrase is the best I could coin in order to succinctly explain the persistent inequity machine that is climate change. In its 2021 Global Carbon Project study, the UN Conference on Trade and Development showed that the 46 least developed countries – which about 1.2bn people call home – account for only 1.1% of total world CO2 emissions. In 2022, the global CO2 emissions from burning fossil fuel are set to rise to 37.5Gt and a further 4Gt will come from the uses of land and deforestation. To put into perspective, 14% of the world’s poorest population is increasingly affected by climate change in a manner in which they are unable to respond to or alleviate future damage.