Stanley- Week 9_ Political Economy approach to GIP

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POLITICAL ECONOMY APPROACH TO CLIMATE CHANGE POLICIES Stanley Mutinda
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Political Economy Approach Analysis of Climate Change Policies (PEACH) The PEACH answers the question : who drives/obstructs climate change policies? It involves Identification of various stakeholders involved and their diverse priorities Mapping stakeholders in to their direct and indirect influence on policymaking and implementation, and analysing their competing narratives. Identification of the level of influence that various stakeholders have in agenda setting and shifting implementation priorities in a variety of arenas.
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Political Economy Approach is useful because; focuses on the power dynamics between various stakeholders in energy sector understanding of the future of the energy sector and climate change Recognises the ‘axes of the energy debate’ (energy inequality and energy sustainability) Establishment of the drivers of the value chain, the constraints operating at different links, and the struggles between different actors within the chain. Illustrates the conflicts, trade-offs and opportunities Help to locate opportunities for change
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Case Study South Africa Energy Sector Source : SA Department of Energy
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Planned New Generation Mix 2030 Source : SA Department of Energy
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