Energy Transition must be Gender Responsive. A just and holistic energy transition can best happen when women have a greater say in planning and decision-making Author: Suchitra Rautela Joshi “We are still living with the results of millennia of patriarchy that excludes women and prevents their voices from being heard,”
The Venezuelan conflict is not about ideology, is about democracy, oil, and power Author: Diego Bautista Translated into Spanish by Silvana Gordillo González It is not about ideology “I question where are the flags of the Social Democracy and Social Christianism parties and how can they be against this Bolivarian
Analysis of the Safety Case Regulatory Approach in Safeguarding Health and Safety Standards in Oil and Gas Sector in Uganda Author: Peter Reat Gatkuoth Introduction According to Lassourd, T. in his working-paper, “Fiscal Rule Options for Petroleum Revenue Management in Uganda’’ Strategies have been set in order to prepare the
This unprecedented oil rush dwarfs the Western aid, Africa currently relies on and provides a unique opportunity to turn the continent around.
However the fear, of many of those who work in promoting sustainable development in Africa, is that this oil bonanza will never benefit the vast majority of Africans, who
This article summarizes the findings of a jont research project by UPEACE and Arcadia University. A full discussion of the project and findings will appear in the upcoming book Conlfict Resolution of the Boruca Hydro-Energy Project: Renewable Energy Production in a Costa
Rica published by The Continuum International Publishing
Biofuels have been presented as a solution to many social and economic problems, and have attracted equally strong criticism. In Colombia, palm oil production has been suggested as an alternative to coca, however, as Olivia Gilmore explains, the scheme may cause as many problems as it solves.
The discovery of oil in Uganda places high hopes but also poses challenges for the country, thus it is both a blessing and a curse. Various literature and documents are reviewed in this paper to validate my personal experience and observation from the civil society perspective, that many conflicts including