About the Institute of the Americas
Established in 1981, the Institute of the Americas is an independent, inter-American institution devoted to encouraging economic and social reform in the Americas, enhancing private sector collaboration and communication and strengthening political and economic relations between Latin America, the Caribbean, the United States and Canada.
Events & News
Tuesday, June 29, 2021
8:30am-11:30am PT [11:30am-2:30pm ET]
The Institute of the Americas’ planned Canada Day forum will examine the binational Canada-United States relationship to explore new possibilities in the post-pandemic era to build back better together as we grapple with the emerging regional and global challenges of the 21st century including future public health crises, regional security threats, climate change as well as our shared interests on the global stage. Read More
Energy Transition Initiative
The ETI Program objective is to shape and inform public policies and regulatory frameworks pertaining to the energy transition and to enable the region’s transition to a more sustainable energy mix. It also fosters policies to incentivize investment in renewable technologies that will accelerate the de-carbonization of the region and boost energy security and economic development. Read more
The Institute of the Americas is proud to welcome our two new members of the Board of Directors. Ms. Molina and Ms. MacDermott, based in Mexico City and New York City accordingly will bring their expertise to support our key programs in Energy and Sustainability,...
Before the pandemic, during October 2019 the Institute of the Americas organized an Energy Sector Roundtable in Bogotá, Colombia, for which Mr. Plata opened and delivered welcoming remarks stressing the economic importance of the energy sector in the country