Energy Transition in Mexico: the social dimension of energy and the politics of climate change

This paper identifies the drivers of the energy transition in Mexico and aims to understand how it has been framed, imagined and constructed. It seeks to broaden the scope of this discussion in Mexico by incorporating the sociospatial dimensions of energy into the decision-making process.

The paper has been produced as part of the efforts of Climate Transparency, an international partnership of 14 research organisations and NGOs comparing G20 climate actions, and is part of a series examining the social, economic and political dimensions of energy transitions in Argentina, Brazil and Mexico. The synthesis paper, along with those specifically focused on Argentina and Brazil, is available here.