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March 11, 2022

China | 2022 "Two Sessions" prioritizes stabilizing growth

We outlined the main take-aways of the "two sessions" and analyze the policy initiatives and growth targets promulgated. Structural reforms will give way to growth priority in 2022.

July 5, 2021

Mexico | Will 2021 set a record for Sargassum volume?

In addition to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the tourist activity of Quintana Roo will face again in this summer of 2021 an important arrival of Sargassum towards its beaches: it is possible that the volume of sargassum in the Caribbean Sea will approach or exceed the maximum observed in the last 20 years.

May 17, 2021

Europe | Zero emissions

The recent agreement of the European Council and the European Parliament to reach climate neutrality by 2050 has sped up the global race in commitments to achieving zero greenhouse gas emissions.

March 22, 2021

Global | Output-side GHG Emission Intensity: A consistent international indicator

This Working Paper presents the Output-side greenhouse gas Emission Intensity indicator (OEI), the first consistent and internationally-comparable country-indicator of the GHG emission intensity from a production-perspective; that is, territorial GHG emitted per unit of goods and services produced in a given year.

March 18, 2021

Colombia | Colombian electricity sector: challenges and opportunities

We conducted a diagnosis of the Colombian electricity sector, identifying the challenges and opportunities that result, thanks to the country's potential and the international context, to promote an energy transition based on Non-Conventional Renewable Energy Sources and mitigate some of the sector's risks.

March 5, 2021

Colombia | Prioritizing diversity and inclusion in recovery

Diversity and representation of all population groups in the economy is a necessary factor in order to achieve a high and sustainable recovery. In this way, the inclusion of women becomes even more important, mainly because of the additional responsibilities and vulnerabilities caused by the pandemic.