EnergySource Nov 16, 2021
Silence is assent: A path forward in US-Mexico energy and climate relations
By David L. Goldwyn, Neil Robert Brown
Mexico’s recent climate and energy measures will cause economic harm, set back emissions reduction efforts, and strain the country’s relationship with the US. The Biden administration must be clear that these nationalistic policies, which contravene the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, will not be tolerated.
New Atlanticist Sep 22, 2021
Chilean President Sebastián Piñera: COVID-19 solidarity offers hope for tackling climate change
By Nick Fouriezos
The Chilean leader joined other political, business, and health leaders at the annual conference hosted by the Atlantic Council’s Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center alongside the United Nations General Assembly.
Issue Brief Sep 1, 2021
Addressing instability in Central America: Restrictions on civil liberties, violence, and climate change
By María Fernanda Bozmoski, María Eugenia Brizuela de Avila, Domingo Sadurní
Citizens across Latin America and the Caribbean are rising up in protest. Political frustration and economic stagnation are fueling social discontent exacerbated by the continued COVID-19 pandemic and the slow health response. In Central America, restrictions on civil liberties, high rates of gender-based violence and extortion, and worsening climate change are compounding the lack of economic opportunities and pervasive corruption seen in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras.
The Atlantic Council’s Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center expands awareness of the new Latin America across diverse communities of influence by positioning the region as a core partner in the transatlantic community.