Perspectivas Globales Para La Transición Energética De México: Retos De Gobernanza Y Sustentabilidad

Translated title of the contribution: Global Perspectives for the Energy Transition of Mexico: Challenges of Governance and Sustainability

Gibran Vita (Editor), Walid Tijerina (Editor), Abraham -Alfredo Paz-Hernández (Editor), Jorge-Hipólito Berlanga-Ramírez (Editor), Humberto Cantú-Rivera (Editor), Katya Pérez-Guzmán (Editor), Isela-Elizabeth Tellez-Leon (Editor), Alain E. Duthoy Figueroa (Editor)

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Abstract

The authors address different aspects of the energy transition in Mexico from an interdisciplinary perspective. The publication begins by discussing the co-benefits and challenges for a sustainable energy transition in the context of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Throughout the chapters, the authors discuss: 1) The challenges of energy development in Latin America 2) Human rights and corporate responsibility in the energy sector 3) Challenges for sustainable economic growth in Mexico and the paradox of abundance 4) Energy and carbon in the consumption of Mexican households 5) Expanding the concept of energy poverty from a perspective of fundamental human needs 6) Regulatory evolution of the energy sector in Mexico and 7) Public consultation in Mexico and global governance of development.

keywords: Energy transition; Sustainable Development Goals; co-benefits; energy poverty; development; households; fundamental human needs, governance, human rights; extractivism; energy regulatory; public consultation; Corporate Responsibility, inter-disciplinary
Translated title of the contributionGlobal Perspectives for the Energy Transition of Mexico: Challenges of Governance and Sustainability
Original languageSpanish
Place of PublicationMonterrey, N.L., Mexico
PublisherFondo Editorial Nuevo León
Number of pages124
ISBN (Print)9786078485468
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2019

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