CLAS Summer Institute for Teachers

"From Crude to Cane:
Energy Policy in Latin America
"

July 26-27, 2007


Readings

Collier, Robert. 2006. “Mexico’s oil bonanza starts to dry up.” SFGate, 30 June.

Environmental Entrepreneurs. 2007. “President Aims for Carbon Neutrality.”

Hirsch, Robert L. 2005. “The Inevitable Peaking of World Oil Production.” Atlantic Council Bulletin 16, no. 3.

Howden, Daniel. 2007. “World oil supplies are set to run out faster than expected, warn scientists.” The Independent, 14 June.

Langewiesche, William. 2007. Jungle Law: Politics and Power. Vanity Fair, May.

Malkin, Elizabeth. 2007. “Output falling in oil-rich Mexico, and politics gets the blame.” International Herald Tribune, 9 March.

Martínez Laguna, Norma. 2004. “Oil policies and privatization strategies in Mexico.” Energy Policy, 32: 2035–47.

Rodriguez, Olga R. 2003. “Venezuela: The Paradox of Plenty.” Center for Latin American Studies.

Rohter, Larry. 2006. “With Big Boost From Sugar Cane, Brazil Is Satisfying Its Fuel Needs.” New York Times, April 10.

Santiago, Myrna. 2007. “Black Rain: Veracruz 1900–1938.” Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies, Spring.

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