"Diagnosis and Recommendations for the Transition of the Automotive Industry", a roadmap for the automotive industry that will make it possible for Mexico to comply with the Paris Agreements and with the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN 2030 Agenda.
Immigration has long been a political football in the United States. But If you’re wondering why America’s labor shortage persists nearly three years into the Covid pandemic, it’s in part because America doesn’t have enough immigrants.
California stands in the United States as a laboratory for accelerating the energy transition of cargo transportation.
Due to geographic similarities, California and Mexico face similar challenges in addressing climate change from a social justice perspective.
When we presented the United States-Mexico High-Level Group for the Electrification of Transportation a year ago, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, it seemed a long way off to be able to count on a diagnosis that, together with a series of recommendations, would serve to give us the impetus necessary for the transition of the Mexican automotive industry to electromobility. Today this is already a reality and a panorama of opportunities for our country is glimpsed.
En un contexto de polarización política, desigualdad social y un creciente cuestionamiento a la ciencia, las universidades son actores fundamentales para construir un diálogo propositivo. Article by Isabel Studer in Milenio.com
Dr. Dan Sperling of Institute for Transportation Studies-UC Davis, who is co-leading an Alianza MX strategic research project on the electrification of transport and is a member of the US-Mexico High-Level Task Force, weighed in on California state policies policies to promote clean trucks.
Due to geographic similarities, California and Mexico face similar challenges in addressing climate change from a social justice perspective. The power of universities to support, strengthen and build a social movement that solves the climate crisis through science, systems thinking and socio-ecological justice is imminent.
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.
#AristeguienVivo | We talked with Dr. Isabel Studer, Director of Alianza México at the University of California.