// Renewable energy

The issues of Renewable Energy and Climate Change are dealt with by the Sustainable Energy and Climate Change Project.

The Sustainable Energy and Climate Change Project seek a just transition to renewable energy and a low-carbon economy. The SECCP works to promote local and global environmental and social justice on sustainable energy and climate change issues, by changing policies and behaviour through building the awareness and capacity of civil society and government, to achieve an equitable future with respect for all. The SECCP is a campaign within Earthlife Africa Jhb.

Contact details for the SECCP are:

Sustainable Energy & Climate Change Project
Tel: +27 11 339 3662
Fax: +27 11 339 3270
Email: seccp@earthlife.org.za
P O Box 32131
Braamfontein 2107
South Africa

Physical Address:

87 De Korte Street
5th Floor
Hereengracht Building
Braamfontein

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