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El Presidente Felipe Calderón recibió el Guinness World Record por su esfuerzo encabezando el programa de Luz Sustentable. Este programa es un esquema para remplazar millones de focos incandescentes por lámparas ahorradoras. Esto se lleva a cabo por medio de un intercambio gratuito de focos. Los ciudadanos llevamos nuestros [...]

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In the last six years—during the administration of President Felipe Calderón—Mexico’s energy sector witnessed many transformations propelled by the 2008 Energy Reform.  This reform was pushed forward by Calderón’s administration but much to the dislike of the opposition party, the Partido de la Revolución Democrática (PRD). President Calderón pushed for incentive-based contracts [...]

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This past weekend, the Mexican beaches of the Gulf of California—also known as the Sea of Cortés—welcomed political leaders from all over the world for the 2012 G20 summit. The most pressing issue discussed at the meetings was the European crisis and the approach that member countries of the E.U. [...]

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Sólo dos años han pasado desde que México fue anfitrión de la Conferencia de Cambio Climático 2010 (COP16) de la ONU en Cancún, donde la mayoría de los delegados salieron de la conferencia con buen ánimo, y sentían que el mundo había dado al menos un modesto paso hacia delante. Sin embargo, ciertos [...]

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On energy matters, international cooperation is of utter importance especially when it comes to the neighboring countries of the North American continent. Energy cooperation throughout the world and in North America for that matter has the potential to reduce the cost of business and enhance economic competitiveness. This is true in the case of both [...]

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