México Actúa in partnership with the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM) invited Dr. Scott Tinker to speak virtually during their webinar on sustainable energy transitions.
“Mexico has a nice portfolio of energy resources” said Dr. Tinker. “You have a nice mix of energy options, so the first piece [of a sustainable energy transition] is education.”
The challenge lies in working to develop resources for everyone, locally and in a small way, in order to develop the appropriate infrastructure for the community. A sustainable energy transition takes time, but in the life of people without electricity, it means that their children will have access to education and energy. We must invest in moving towards the future together and building the right infrastructure for each community.
México Actúa is an independent non-profit civil association. They focus on translating ideas into long-term actions that positively impact the lives of the inhabitants of Mexico. Their three areas of action are water, energy and food.
The full México Actúa webinar with Dr. Tinker is available to watch on YouTube.
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