Skip Navigation


Facebook iconTwitter iconWordpress icon

LA ENERGAIA: Energy Policy, Regulation and Dialog in Latin America

Collected by: University of New Mexico

Archived since: May, 2010


This archive is part of a University of New Mexico project that uses innovative technological solutions to build an easy to use knowledge base on energy policy and dialogue in Latin America for educational and policy-oriented research interests in the United States, Latin America, and the world.

Subject:   Government Science & Health Computers & Technology

Page 1 of 1 (2 Total Results)

Title: Challenges of the Bolivian Crisis


Description: This article discusses the popular uprisings in Bolivia in response to the increased fuel costs legislated by the Evo Morales government in Bolivia in December 2010. The author briefly examines what this popular resistance could mean for the region. Article in Spanish.

Loading Wayback Capture Info...

Subject:   Indigenous Power Bolivia Energy Development Model Evo Morales Resistance Popular Democracy Fuel Leftist Regulation Government Policy

Title: Tensions Between Extractive and Redistribution in the Process of Change in Latin America


Description: This article includes a speech delivered by Raúl Zibechi, Uruguayan journalist and researcher, who spoke at the Social Forum of the Americas that was held at Asunción, Paraguay in August 2010. He speaks about the tensions inherent to the extractive model of development and the issues related to the redistribution of wealth under this model. Article in Spanish.

Loading Wayback Capture Info...

Subject:   Indigenous Oil Mines Hydroelectric Power Biofuel Mineral Amazon Environment Mining Extraction Development Distribution Wealth Social Movement Water Inequality

Page 1 of 1 (2 Total Results)