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Listen: Biden's decision to rejoin Paris Agreement complicates US-Mexico relationship on energy

US President Joe Biden make good on his campaign promises and rejoined the Paris Agreement upon taking office, a move that has huge implications for Mexico in particular, given the current energy strategy of the government, which focuses on fossil fuels.

We spoke with Aldo Flores-Quiroga, senior adviser for energy and natural resources at FTI Consulting. He formerly served as secretary-general of the International Energy Forum.