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Nain Martinez Martinez
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UC Berkeley
Doctoral Candidate
130 Mulford Hall #3114
Berkeley
California
94720  United States
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  Department of Environmental Science, Policy, & Management
  My research interests focus on understanding the social dimension of the ongoing energy transition in Mexico. Energy transition policies have been successfully promoting the investment in renewable energy projects, but they are facing strong social opposition, especially in indigenous communities. Thus, my research aims to undertake the process of coproduction across scales between the energy transition and agents in Mexico. To meet this objective, I will do the following: 1) Identify the mechanisms, processes, and key international and national actors involved in the process of diffusion and internalization of energy transition policies in Mexico; 2) Explore the influence that domestic actors and interest groups played in its process of institutionalization and the particular form that energy transition policies took at the national level; and 3) Analyze the impacts of implementation of these policies through renewable energy projects on local communities and the effects that domestic political process have had on projects implementation. This research will provide insights on the cross-scale influence of energy transition policies on actors, institutions, and practices; and the role that multilevel actors play shaping these policies; more succinctly, the process of mutual constitution between policies and actors across scales.
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2114 Marin Ave
Berkeley
California
94707  United States
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5104088615 (Mobile)
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  Ph.D. Candidate in Environmental Science, Policy and Management with a Designated Emphasis in Science and Technology Studies.
M.S. Ecosystem Management of Arid Zones :: Universidad Autónoma de Baja California (2014)
B.S. Biology :: Universidad Autónoma de Baja California (2010)
  -Martinez, N., (2017). “The environmental and social dimensions of the renewable energy projects in the electric sector in Mexico” (La dimensión ambiental y social del sector eléctrico en México), Perspectivas Energéticas, II, 27-30
-Martinez, N., Espejel, I., & Martinez, C., (2016). Evaluation of governance in the administration of protected areas in the peninsula of Baja California. Frontera Norte, 28 (55), 103-229.
-Martinez, N., Brenner, L., & Espejel, I., (2015). Network participation in protected areas in the península of Baja California (Red de participación institucional en las Áreas Naturales Protegidas de la península de Baja California). Región y Sociedad, XXVII (62), 27-62.
-Martinez, N., & Espejel, I., (2014). Research governance in Mexico and its environmental application (La investigación de la gobernanza en México y su aplicabilidad ambiental). Economía, Sociedad y Territorio, XV (47), 153-183
-Martinez, N., & Chavez, R., (2014). New actors in environmental management: The case of the civil society in Ensenada (Nuevos agentes en la gestión ambiental: El caso de las organizaciones de la sociedad civil en Ensenada). Estudios Fronterizos, 1 (29), 85-123
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