Climate Change and Renewable Energy Regime
Environment attorneys José Zapata, Rafael Toledo y Álvaro Camacho contributed to a book for the Universidad Externado de Colombia analyzing regulations concerning climate change and renewable energy in the country. The reality of climate change has brought with it a series of new advances, including the development of a variety of renewable energy sources, such as solar and wind energy, geothermal and hydrogen in its distinct forms. This book analyzes how to find a balance between non-renewable and renewable energy sources, as well as a clear and precise regulatory framework in this area. Mr. Zapata served as a co-author of the book, and Mr. Toledo and Mr. Camacho served as researchers.
To purchase the book: Climate Change and Renewable Energy Regime