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The political economy of a transition to a low-carbon energy mix

Conferencia | English

March 12 OF 2018 from 07:30 PM to 09:00 PM

The world is on a path towards low carbon energy sources. This will require immense efforts, and will have huge effects on emerging countries lacking technology and (many) exporters of energy resources.

This talk will explore possible macro effects of this transition across the globe.



Angel Saz-Carranza, Director ESADEgeo & Associate Professor, ESADE


Expert presenter

Andreas Goldthau, Professor in International Relations, Royal Holloway University of London



Blanca Perea,Responsible for ESADE Alumni Energy Chapter in Madrid & Senior Managing Director, FTI Consulting


At the end of the event a Spanish wine will be offered.

This event will be held in English without simultaneous translation services available.



Ponente Dr Andreas Goldthau is also Director of the Centre of International Public Policy. He is also Associate with the Geopolitics of Energy Project at Harvard University's Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, and Fellow at the Global Public Policy Institute. Dr Goldthau's academic interests lie in energy security and global governance issues related to oil and gas.