DATE: April 20 . 2021
TIME: 11am-12:15pm CDT
In anticipation of President Joe Biden’s Climate Summit on Earth Day (April 22), this dialogue will explore the potential for bilateral climate cooperation around reducing emissions of short-lived gases, particularly methane.This was an issue raised at the recent meeting between Presidents Biden and López Obrador. Alianza University of California-Mexico is pleased to invite you to the second US-Mexico Energy Dialogue, entitled The reduction of short-lived gas emissions: Opportunity for the United States-Mexico climate agenda, which will take place in virtual format next April 20th, from 9 am to 10.30 am PDT (11 am to 12.30 pm Mexico City time).
The US-Mexico Energy Dialogues, a UC-UNAM initiative, sponsored by Alianza UC-Mexico and organized incollaboration with the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab (LBNL), consist of a series of monthly webinars with UC and Mexican experts discussing CE and EE topics of relevance to Mexico and the U.S. (particularly California).
Researchers from all the UC campuses, the LBNL, UNAM and other Mexican institutions across the country, as well as representatives from government agencies, industry and NGO’s are invited to participate.
Adrian Fernández , Executive Director, Iniciativa Climática México
*This webinar will have simultaneous