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Title: Green energy Integration in South America : a winding path
Author: Pereira, Joana Castro
Keywords: Energia verde - América do Sul
Política energética - Brasil
Política energética - América do Sul
América do Sul - Política e governo
Issue Date: 2015
Abstract: Economic and social development is inseparable from energy, therefore, since the second half of the twentieth century, some of the major South-American regional actors have been seeking to implement and strengthen projects regarding energy production and energy integration. Thus, energy is a common interest in the region. Furthermore, South America reveals a significant potential to move towards a low carbon economy and Brazil, as an important green pole in the region and the central figure in the process of energy integration, seemed to be in the position to foster cooperation around green energy integration. However, there are a number of challenges to the achievement of such an ambitious goal, especially those associated with the Pacific Alliance, which has been increasing Mexico’s influence over South America, and the Brazilian political, economic and social situations’ deterioration from 2013 until today.
Description: Lusíada. Política internacional e segurança. - ISSN 1647-1342. - S. 1, n. 12 (2015). - p. 49-69
ISSN: 1647-1342
Document Type: Article
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