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  • [2012-08-24] Is Latin America's Energy Sector Looking Up or Down? 

    Inter-American Dialogue’s Latin American Energy Advisor
    Given the potential of significant oil reserves in Brazil and Venezuela, large shale gas discoveries, plummeting wind energy prices and other developments, some analysts are highly optimistic about the general energy ...
  • [2012-05-02] Mexican Congress approves far-reaching environmental legislation 

    Navarro, Carlos
    The Mexican Congress made a bold statement this month by approving comprehensive legislation to reduce greenhouse‐gas emissions and take other actions to help the country address global climate change. The ambitious ...
  • [2013-03-06] Signs that climate change is already spelling big trouble for tiny El Salvador 

    Witte-Lebhar, Benjamin
    This article discusses how climate change is already having serious effects on El Salvador. Despite the country's relatively small share of global carbon dioxide output, El Salvador is experiencing the compounded effects ...
  • [2012-08-28] What Are the Implications of Mexico's Climate Change Law? 

    Inter-American Dialogue’s Latin American Energy Advisor
    Mexico's Congress in April passed a landmark climate change law after three years of debate and revisions, Reuters reported. The bill's mandates require that 35 percent of Mexico's energy come from renewable sources by ...
  • [2012-05-15] What are the implications of Mexico's climate change law? 

    Inter-American Dialogue’s Latin American Energy Advisor
    Mexico's Congress in April passed a landmark climate change law after three years of debate and revisions, Reuters reported. The bill's mandates require that 35 percent of Mexico's energy come from renewable sources by ...
  • [2012-09-07] The world is investing in renewable energy, what about Venezuela? 

    Palotta, Evelyn
    This article provides a brief summary of global renewable energy production as contrasted with Venezuela, who continues to rely on petroleum.