Wilson Center-AmCham Conference on Climate Finance in Chile and Latin America: Pathways for Advancing the Global Energy Transition
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In partnership with the Chilean American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham Chile), the Inter-American Development Bank, Anglo American, Atlas Renewable Energy, and Allkem, the Wilson Center’s Latin America Program is hosting a dialogue on Tuesday, November 7, 2023 from 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm (EST)/3:00 pm – 5:30 pm (CLST) on the role of climate finance and investment in Chile and Latin America for the global energy transition; the opportunities of the Inflation Reduction Act; and US, regional, and multilateral strategies to strengthen hemispheric renewable energy and critical mineral supply chains.
This dialogue will follow a related conference the previous day, in partnership with the US Embassy in Santiago, and is part of the Wilson Center Latin America Energy Transition Initiative, designed to support dialogue among diverse private sector, government, and civil society stakeholders to highlight the strategic importance of the region for the global energy transition.
José Miguel Benavente
Natascha Nunes da Cunha
José Eduardo Alatorre
Latin America Program
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