Prof. Shalanda Baker will discuss “Renewable Energy and Green Development in the Yucatán. The talk is free and open to the public By 2018, nine renewable energy projects, including solar and wind developments, are due to be installed on the Yucatán Peninsula, a topic well known by the University of Hawaii law professor and Fulbright-García Robles Scholar. […]
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