Monthly Archives: December 2019

Summary and Conclusions of COP25 Chile-Madrid 2019

COP25 started with an unprecedented situation and ended the same way. A triple jump like that of Brazil -Chile-Spain we had never seen. The Carioca country refused to host by claiming "fiscal and budgetary restrictions." The second jump touched in the southern nation, which worked almost a year but could not crown due to the [...]

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Can the multiplication of gas pipelines in Europe face the Paris Agreement?

New technologies allow the construction of long gas pipelines at high speed Published in January 2019. Reviewed in December 2019 (These days the Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline is world news because the United States Congress has approved sanctions related to the Russian gas pipeline that will take natural gas to Germany, [...]