A few weeks ago, the international scientific community once again warned that the world is rapidly approaching irreversible levels of global warming, with catastrophic impacts inevitable, calling for drastic and immediate action, within the next seven years, to avoid catastrophe. , reducing carbon emissions and increasing resilience and adaptation actions with a climate justice approach.
This is Antonio Villaraigosa, who from 2005 to 2013 was the first Mexican-American mayor of Los Angeles (California, United States) since 1873 and convinced that both countries should collaborate more and not lose opportunities.
California stands in the United States as a laboratory for accelerating the energy transition of cargo transportation.
Faced with tensions between different regions of the world and the remnants of interruptions in different supply chains caused by the pandemic, among other reasons, hundreds of transnational companies are seeking to relocate strategic value chains to Mexican territory.
Writer Jeff Goodell encourages dialogue about the effects of heat. “Heat is the first-order threat that drives all other impacts of the climate crisis.
The breakneck transition to zero-emission vehicle adoption is being accompanied by equally accelerating technological disruption.