ECPA to Hold its Fourth Public Discussion Forum in Washington DC
The OAS Department of Sustainable Development, in its capacity as ECPA Clearinghouse, will host the event, which will bring together representatives of the OAS member states, academics, field experts, and officials from nongovernmental organizations, among other guests.
Secretary General of the OAS and President Hernández Inaugurate First Ethanol Plant in the East of Honduras
The Secretary General of the Organization of American States, José Miguel Insulza, and the President of Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernández, inaugurated today at the headquarters of the National Agricultural University the first ethanol plant in the east of the Central American country, an initiative that seeks to broaden the cooperation on biofuels in the Hemisphere, and that benefits from the technical support of the hemispheric institution and the support of the Governments of Brazil and the United States.
Sustainable Communities in Central America and the Caribbean Phase II
With support from the U.S. government, the Department of Sustainable Development of the Organization of American States (DSD/OAS) announces:
A World Cup Brimming with Green Energy
July 1, 2014
Since it kicked off on June 12, the 2014 World Cup in Brazil
has brought high energy to the field—and has scored progress on the
green energy front ...
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Leaders of the Western Hemisphere recognize that clean energy is fundamental to the Western Hemisphere’s sustainable development and the prosperity of our citizens, and they are committed to expanding cooperation to address the intertwined challenges of energy security and climate change. To strengthen Inter-American collaboration on these issues, U.S. President Obama invited all countries of the Western Hemisphere to join in an Energy and Climate Partnership of the Americas (ECPA). ECPA is comprised of initiatives
that focus on renewable energy, energy efficiency, energy poverty, infrastructure, cleaner and more efficient use of fossil fuels, sustainable forests and land use, and climate change adaptation. Read More