Building Competitiveness in Green Energy. The Case of Wind-Parks in Oaxaca, Mexico
Background and purpose
The Mexican Energy Reform (January 2014) is attracting increasing interest from business and political leaders. It is expected that new opportunities for public and private sectors in the development of Mexico’s energy sector. However, little has been discussed in relation to consultation with local communities, when developing megaprojects that might affect them.
The objective of this seminar is to present the Mexican Energy Reform, and discuss the relevance of the Convention 169 — International Labour Organisation (ILO), in relation to green-energy projects in Mexico.
16:00 Welcome to CBS by Dorte Salskov-Iversen, Head of Department – Dept. of Intercultural Communication and Management CBS Vice President for International Affairs
16:10 Presentation of the Centre for Business and Development Studies (CBDS) Michael Wendelboe Hansen, Director of the CBDS and Jacobo Ramirez, Assistant Professor
16:25 Keynote Speech: Green Energy and Energy Reform in Mexico H.E. Ambassador José Ignacio Madrazo Bolívar, Ambassador of Mexico in Denmark
16:45 Keynote Speech: The relation between International Business and the Convention 169 (ILO) Lola García-Alix & Alejandro Parellada, IWGIA
17:00 Keynote Speech: Vestas Case in Oaxaca, Mexico Jacobo Ramirez, Assistant Professor
17:15 Keynote Speech: Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. Implementing the United Nations Protect, Respect and Remedy Framework TO BE CONFIRMED
17:30 Questions and answers session Moderated by: Jacobo Ramirez
18:00 Wine and Networking