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Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Overcoming the Challenge of the “Last Mile”

Latin America is doing a lot of things right on the energy front, both in terms of policy and technology, according to David L. Goldwyn, Chairman of the Energy Advisory Board at the Atlantic Council’s Global Energy Center. But often it’s the “last mile” that’s the most difficult, he said, as countries that have already made considerable progress strive to become even more efficient and have even cleaner energy.
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Tuesday, December 19, 2017

The Path toward the Paris Goals

The Paris Agreement, adopted two years ago this month, laid the foundation for the world to tackle the “urgent threat” of climate change. Recently, representatives of several countries in Latin America and the Caribbean participated in a workshop in Argentina to assess how they’re doing so far and what steps they can take to bridge the gaps between their current emission projections and the goals they have set for themselves under the Paris Agreement.
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