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Friday, April 24, 2009

SEatWtC Part 3: World Energy Policies

G20 Industrial Nations
Photo courtesy of the Wikimedia Commons
G20 Industrial Nations

World Energy Policies

Energy policies differ around the world as much as cultures differ around the world. In fact, it would seem reasonable that the former is dependent on the latter. Perhaps the most prevalent energy controversy in the world today how the United States has declined to ratify the Kyoto Protocol, which we will address shortly. There are also consultative agencies that monitor energy policies around the globe and provide input to legislative bodies. Two such agencies are the International Energy Agency (IEA) and the World Energy Council (WEC) which hosts the World Energy Congress. We will go over a brief description of these agencies and our view of their impact before we discuss the energy policies of the largest countries and global superpowers.

Tune in Monday for Part 4 of SEatWtC!

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