Life Without Lights
In the world today, there are 1.4 billion people - nearly a
quarter of humanity - who live without access to electricity. This
is a difficult figure to grasp, and it is equally difficult to
realize the social and economic impact of so-called Energy Poverty.
Living without electricity impedes progress in health, education,
development, agriculture, gender equality. the list goes on. And,
of course, there's the lack of light.
Reporting on the progress of his long-term project, Peter DiCampo looks at the problems and solutions associated with Energy Poverty as he shares stories of life in the dark from Ghana, Iraqi Kurdistan, and New Mexico, USA.
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