This volume focuses on the intersection of energy and transportation across the broad Atlantic world against the backdrop of the Paris Climate Agreement and the international policy imperative to decarbonize the transportation sector. Authors analyze current dynamics and future trends affecting the energy and transportation nexus across each of the four Atlantic continents, as well as in the maritime realm of the Atlantic Ocean. They offer recommendations for both region-specific action and transnational, ""pan-Atlantic"" cooperation in energy, transportation, and broader maritime affairs.
This book is the first in a series undertaken by the Jean Monnet Network on Atlantic Studies, a consortium of 10 research institutes and universities from the four continents of the Atlantic Basin, which is exploring the emerging and interlocking dynamics of energy and transportation, economy and trade, and Energy & Transportation in the Atlantic Basin human security in the wider Atlantic region. The Network is supported by the Erasmus Program of the European Union.
Authors include: Eloy Álvarez Pelegry, Jordi Bacaria, Joao Fonseca Ribeiro, Roger Gorham, Paul Isbell, R. Andreas Kraemer, Macarena Larrea Bastera, Michael Leitman, Martin Lowery, Jaime Menéndez Sánchez, Rebecca O’Connor, Natalia Soler-Huici, and Lisa Viscidi.