Over 35 years of delivering targeted, hands-on programs across the Americas
Promoting Public Policies for Development, Trade and Investment!
Over 35 years of delivering targeted, hands-on programs across the Americas.
We build bridges across the Americas –linking businesses and policymakers through our diverse, on-site programs. We go beyond traditional think tank activities, engaging directly with the private-sector through training missions, workshops, and business immersion programs.
XXIX La Jolla Energy Conference
Our Commitment to the Next Generation
The Science & Innovation Summer Camp and the Professional Workshop for STEAM Instructors Series exposes all of it participants, in equal male: female ratios, to elite one-on-one collaborations with university scientists & researches in a wide range of studies, while simultaneously having the opportunity to exchange their cultural background and further develop their leadership skills in a multi-region setting only the STEAM Programs can provide.
Feb 17 2020 until Feb 21 2020
Universidad Argentina de la Empresa
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires,
2020 Teaching the Next Generation of Scientists: Professional Workshop for Argentine Teachers of STEAM
This training workshop, organized by the Institute of the Americas. This training is designed to provide secondary school science and mathematics instructors with innovative project-based teaching pedagogy and lesson plans to engage and inspire their students to pursue advanced studies in the sciences, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).Join us
Feb 25 2020 until Feb 26 2020
Mexico City – Marriott Reforma
Mexico City , Distrito Federal
Mexico Energy Outlook 2020 Roundtable & Private Sessions
The energy sector remains at the core of many public policy and finance discussions as the second year of the Lopez Obrador government in Mexico unfolds. Join us
Mar 17 2020 until Mar 18 2020
Alvear Palace Hotel
Argentina Energy Roundtable
energy transition and deployment of renewables in Argentina as subsidies have started to increase again at the same time as utility tariffs remain frozen and the Argentine Peso has severely depreciated.Join us
Mar 25 2020 until Mar 26 2020
Institute of the Americas
La Jolla, CA
First Binational Parliamentary Forum on Border Health U.S- Mexico
Primer Foro Binacional Parlamentario de Salud Fronteriza México-U.S Miércoles 25 de Marzo, CECUT - Tijuana B.C - Jueves 26 de...Join us
Launching Our Energy Transition Initiative
Launching Our Energy Transition Initiative
The ETI engages with policymakers, businesses, and journalists from around the Americas, helping them lead the region’s transition to renewable energy. Visit ETI page
Mexico’s energy reforms have brought a major overhaul of the nation’s entire energy sector. Among the myriad changes being implemented, major opportunities have emerged with regards to Mexico’s fuels
Event Summary: The Trump Administration, Latin America and Energy: Mexico, Natural Gas and LNG Exports
Energy continues to be a bright spot in the US-Latin America relationship and new developments, like an uptick in US LNG exports, offer opportunities to increase energy security and cooperation across the Western Hemisphere, said panelists at an event co-hosted by the...
Brazil’s compelling energy profile demands continued consideration. The country is the eighth largest energy consumer in the world and third largest in the Americas. In terms of production Brazil is the ninth largest globally and trails only the United States and Canada in the Western Hemisphere. In South America, Brazil is second only to Venezuela in oil production terms. But the country faces critical questions for attracting energy investment.
On September 27, Jacqueline Sanchez, Energy Policy Associate at the Institute of the Americas participated in a Women in Energy breakfast in Mexico City featuring U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Roberta Jacobson. Amb. Jacobson offered remarks on the importance of the energy...
For more than the last half century, the U.S. has led the world in breaking down barriers to trade and in creating a fairer and freer international trading system based on market economics and the rule of law. Increased market access achieved through trade agreements has played a major role in the nation’s success as the world’s leading exporter.
Snapshot of Mexico’s Energy Sector under AMLO, Washington, DC
Our experts are a go-to a resource for international media, commenting on leading innovation, entrepreneurship, STEM, energy and sustainability issues.