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Mexico: Renewable Energy and Human Rights

To mark the launch of the first ever Benchmark on Renewable Energy and Human Rights , civil society organizations shared their analysis of the current situation in Mexico regarding energy regulation, the impacts of solar and wind projects on human rights and their ideas on how a just energy transition could take place. The reflections of Aida, Greenpeace and ProDESC help us rethink current debates around Mexico’s changing energy policy.

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