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Energy and Transportation in the Atlantic Basin

Energy and Transportation in the Atlantic Basin

We are pleased to present the book Energy and Transportation in the Atlantic Basin: Implications for the European Union and Other Atlantic Actors, a collaboration among member institutions of the Jean Monnet Network on Atlantic Studies and the first

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Prospects for ‘Decarbonization’ of African Transport

Prospects for ‘Decarbonization’ of African Transport

African CO2 emissions from transport In 2014, Africa was responsible for 3% of world’s CO2 emissions, and 4% of world’s transport-related CO2 emissions -- up from 3% in 2005. Transport generated 26% of all CO2 emissions in Africa in

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Clean Energy Future from a Trans-Atlantic Perspective

Clean Energy Future from a Trans-Atlantic Perspective

Environmentally Beneficial Electrification We are seeing today significant efforts from multiple sources and agents toward decarbonizing the electric grid and electrifying the transportation sector.  The intensity and content of these efforts varies significantly between and among the four continents

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Supporting Decarbonization Efforts in the Transport Sector

Supporting Decarbonization Efforts in the Transport Sector

Supporting Decarbonization Efforts in the Transport Sector in Latin America and the Caribbean   In recent years, the Inter-American Development Bank group (IDB), along with the world’s other multilateral development banks, has committed itself to a significant reorientation of its

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From Two Hemispheres to One Basin

From Two Hemispheres to One Basin

From Two Hemispheres to One Basin: The Co-Transformation of Energy and Transport in the Wider Atlantic   The Atlantic Basin should be seen as a reality distinct from the ‘world ocean.’ This is because of a number of distinguishing ‘Atlantic’

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Energy and Transportation in the Atlantic Basin

Energy and Transportation in the Atlantic Basin

The Center for Transatlantic Relations (CTR) of Johns Hopkins University (JHU) SAIS hosted the conference of the Jean Monnet Network Project on “Energy and Transportation in the Atlantic Basin: Implications for the European Union and Other Actors,” held on

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