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Tacna: On the path to sustainability

Regional seminar

In Tacna, region in southern Peru and bordering with Chile, the fourth regional seminar on sustainable development and renewable energies was held on August 25th. This event was organized by the EKLA-KAS Program and the Red Energía Renovable Perú (Renewable Energy Peru Network). more…

Event Reports | September 16, 2017

MERCOSUR-EUROPEAN UNION DIALOGUE

ON CLIMATE CHANGE, ENERGY AND FOOD SECURITY

This conference was dedicated to investigating the potential for cooperation between Mercosur and the European Union in the context of the implementation of the SDG and NDCs related to climate change, energy security and food security. more…

Event Reports | August 21, 2017

Syncing Environmental and Energy Security through inter-bloc Cooperation:

What is in for the EU and Mercosur?

This paper seeks to discuss the importance of cooperation between the European Union and Mercosur in sustainable energy policy making, as well as present suggestions on how social and political dialogue should take place in those areas. more…

Flávio Augusto Lira Nascimento | August 2, 2017

Panel on Refugee Law and Environmental Protection

at the XIII Winter Course on International Law

EKLA-KAS collaborated with the organization of a course on Refugee Law, Human Rights and Environmental Protection during the XIII Winter Course on International Law, an initiative by CEDIN. more…

Karina Marzano Franco | Event Reports | July 17, 2017

Climate Report 2017: Mexico

Climate Finance and the Private Sector in the G20 States

In 2015, Mexico was able to mobilise 2.3 billion US dollars for climate projects. However, only 32 percent of this sum came from Mexico itself. The bulk of the money came from multilateral sources such as the World Bank, bilateral cooperation agreements and other international financing mechanisms. These figures show that Mexico’s efforts to reach its ambitious climate targets by 2030 are, to date, by no means sufficient. In addition to the optimisation of existing financing instruments and the implementation of planned tools, a massive mobilisation of private capital is needed above all. more…

Janina Grimm-Huber | July 6, 2017