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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

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Title: Fighting for Life: The Rebellion en Bagua, Peru


Description: This article discusses the ecological threats - including oil extraction, deforestation, and mining - facing the Peruvian Amazon and its indigenous peoples. Article in Spanish. 10 pages.

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Subject:   Indigenous Oil Mines Ecology NGO Mineral Amazon Environment Mining Peru Bagua Climate Change Worldview Conservation Biodiversity Traditional Knowledge Capital Transnational Multinational Deforestation,  Corporation ,  Company Land Rights Movement

Title: New Conflicts, Old Actors


Description: This article discusses the organizing efforts of indigenous peoples from various parts of Latin American - including Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Ecuador, and Colombia - in response to the pressures of mining, oil, and hydroelectric interest on their communities and ecosystems. The author also proposes opening up the debate on the development model adopted by states. Article in Spanish.

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Subject:   Indigenous Oil Mines Hydroelectric Bolivia Argentina NGO Agreement Mineral Amazon Colombia Mining Brazil Andean Region Peru Ecuador Cauca Plan Colombia Social Movement Mobilization Landless Workers Movement (MST) Transnational Multinational,  Corporation ,  The Confederation of Indigenous Peoples of Bolivia Barrick Gold United States Canada Development Model USAID

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