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August 16th, 2006

PESD Participates in Seminar on Atlantic Basin Natural Gas Markets

PESD co-sponsors a seminar with collaborators at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro to examine the shift to LNG in South America. Read more »



July 5th, 2006

Natural Gas and Geopolitics: From 1970 to 2040 book released

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The anticipated title from Cambridge University Press has been released in hard-cover and is available for purchase. Edited by PESD director, David Victor, Rice professor Amy Jaffe, and PESD fellow Mark Hayes, the book sheds light on the political challenges which may accompany a shift to a natural gas-fed world. +PDF+ +BUY+
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April 6th, 2006

PESD Director Victor quoted in The Chronicle of Higher Education Kyoto critique

in the news: The Chronicle of Higher Education on March 31, 2006

An international climate regime should evolve slowly, in piecemeal fashion, just as the Global Agreement on Tariffs and Trade did, argues Dr. Victor. "I have come to be even more aware of the fragmented, bottom-up nature of these kinds of systems," he says. Read more »



April 4th, 2006

A looser patchwork of international agreements that puts more emphasis on research and development is what is needed to address the escalating problem of climate change, says David Victor

in the news: The Chronicle of Education on March 31, 2006

Senior fellows David Victor and Stephen Schneider provide comment on the impacts of the Kyoto protocol on climate change. Read more »



July 22nd, 2005

Prominent and most widely read South African financial daily cites PESD study

in the news: Business Report on July 22, 2005

The July 22 edition of Business Report reviewed a new joint study by PESD and the Energy Research Centre at the University of Cape Town that advocates a more financially sound energy strategy for the poor. Read more »



February 19th, 2003

Even though the Bush Administration backed down from its trade dispute over GM food, the effects have been palpable

Op-ed: The International Herald Tribune on February 19, 2003

Having backed down from its trade dispute with the EU over GM food, the Bush administration will find it hard to make the threat of going to the trade organization credible again and to continue the momentum toward removing Europe's ban. Read more »




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