Energy policy and environmental impact in Mexico



In 2016, under the Paris Agreement, Mexico committed that 35 percent of its energy would be clean by 2024; with that number reaching 43 percent by 2030. However, as of October 2020, 74.52 percent of Mexico’s energy was produced in fossil fuel-burning power plants. 


What can the Mexican state do to fulfill its Paris Agreement commitment? What are the challenges facing President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s administration in terms of achieving energy security? How are Indigenous and rural communities being affected by energy projects? 


Join us in this virtual conversation to discuss these challenges and identify possible solutions.


When: May 18, 2022


Time: 4:30 pm ET, 3:30 pm CDMX and CT, 2:30 pm Central America and 1:30 pm PT


Where Zoom. 



  • Miriam Macías Solis

Economist and academic with expertise in renewable energy, climate change and sustainable development

  • Edmundo del Pozo

Program coordinator at Fundar

  • Willebaldo Gómez Zuppa

Professor of economics at UNAM


*This event will be held in Spanish with English interpretation on Zoom*

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