The Paris Agreement signifies a watershed moment in the global effort to tackle climate change. Its wide-reaching nature, emphasis on both developed and developing nations, and ongoing review mechanisms have put countries on a path towards mitigation and adaptation to a warming planet. Still, more must be done. For Latin America and the Caribbean, the latest agreement is an important marker but represents just one facet of a much broader process already underway, particularly in the energy sector.
Mexico’s monumental energy sector transformation enacted by the Peña Nieto administration also targeted the country’s transport and mobility sector with measures aimed at the transition to cleaner fuel vehicle fleets.
The Institute of the Americas is a non-profit policy center at UCSD that hosts professional workshops and conferences on critical issues in the Americas
Mark your calendar for Dec 11 to join @IOA_Energy and @The_Dialogue for our annual event in Washington, DC
Each December, we're pleased to partner with @The_Dialogue & @lviscidi to host a discussion of energy issues and outlook for the sector in the Western Hemisphere
This year, on Dec 11, our discussion will focus on the issues facing #Mexico’s energy sector
Check out the latest piece of our Vice President for #Energy and #sustainability program @jermartinioa "How #AMLO Is Undermining Mexico’s #CleanEnergy Goal" https://bit.ly/33g04jX @WPReview
Join us on Dec. 5th for a #Webinar "#Political Transition in the #SouthernCone and Implications for #NaturalGas Markets" https://bit.ly/2OkDimQ (10 am San Diego time)
We will be joining "#Women in #Energy: Sustainable Energy for All" #WIN2019 in Quito, Ecuador.
Our Energy and Sustainability Policy Associate @Jacsanc will be speaking at the event on December 10. For more information: https://buff.ly/2Q6HDuX
The Institute of the Americas is looking for an ”Assistant #STEM Program Director” who will help maintain and expand the current STEM Program: