Teresa Ribera

Teresa Ribera is Minister of Energy and Environment in Spain. She was the Director of the Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI, in its French acronym), based in Paris. She is a member of the Advisory Board to the PSOE Secretary General. She was Secretary of State for Climate Change and environmental issues in the Spanish Government from 2008 to 2011.

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Improving the air that we breathe

It has become a high priority in politics and economics, a societal topic that deserves further engagement and adequate responses.

Is the Fight Against Climate Change the Last Possible Success of Multilateralism?

Multilateralism is often regarded as slow and ineffective. Yet, is there any other way to deal with a global phenomenon such as climate change? Climate change is frequently defined as the largest challenge ever faced by mankind. Yet it is less often associated with a new global governance paradigm, in which state governments would cooperate …

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