The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement presents great prospects and certain unique challenges toward building a vital North American trade bloc. The global focus on climate change means prioritizing investments in the sustainable production of goods and services to create equity and prosperity. This panel will focus on efficient transportation and logistics as well as green manufacturing and value chains, which are more important than ever to create an integrated green economic region.
Registration fee: US$200.00 early bird (ends on July 31).
Take advantage of the special rate at the Westin Riverwalk.
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NADB’s unique position as the only U.S.-Mexico binational development bank has provided the Bank the opportunity to be involved in some of the most relevant border infrastructure aimed at improving the environment over its 25-year history.
The forum will center the dialogue on the U.S.-Mexico relationship and regional efforts to develop projects that help improve the environment, the climate challenge related to water, highlighting current and future financing opportunities, new technologies, and how to continue building partnerships that will benefit both countries.
The agenda is available at BEF XXV.
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