IDOS researchers contributed to the latest ETTG collective report

The second chapter of the report, which IDOS co-authored, points out amongst other that the EU will need to transform its international partnerships and economic exchanges away from fossil fuels and towards clean energy, if it wants to achieve its ambitious climate and energy objectives.

Photo: Alexia Faus Onbargi on a panel with other Panelists.

©Royal Elcano Institute

Focusing on EU-LAC cooperation on climate change and energy transitions, IDOS researchers Alexia Faus Onbargi and Dr Niels Keijzer co-authored this second chapter of the report in cooperation with researchers from the French research institute IDDRI.

Titled “A common future for Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean”, the collective volume is a study that was supported by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation. The report can be found in English and Spanish on the ETTG website.

The involved IDOS researchers also joined with some other authors to present and discuss the report’s findings and recommendations in various policy seminars, including in Madrid on the 3rd of April and in Brussels on the 15th of April (both hosted by the Elcano Royal Institute). There is considerable potential for deepening cooperation between the EU, Latin-American and the Caribbean, who are scheduled to meet again at the level of heads of state and government in the course of 2025.

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