What the Native Americans Got Right

Kelly Williamson
Kelly Williamson

Invited Contributor: Kelly Williamson authored this piece exclusively for The Review.

You may be familiar with the anonymous Native American proverb that says,

“Treat the earth well. It was not given to you by your parents,
it was loaned to you by your children.” Continue reading “What the Native Americans Got Right”

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Why Argentina’s Renewable Energy Program Has Stalled: Biofuels

PART I: Biodiesel’s Success Story Getting Watered Down

This is the first of a three part series entitled, Why Argentina’s Renewable Energy Program Has Stalled. This article outlines Argentina’s initial success in first generation biodiesel, first as exporter to Europe then with an increasing domestic mandate market. However, success seems to have been short-lived as political decisions have adversely affected the industry’s further development, leading to declining exports and an erratic domestic market.

Carlos St James
Carlos St James

About the Author: Carlos St. James founded the Argentine Renewable Energies Chamber; is a board member of the Latin American & Caribbean Council on Renewable Energy; founded and is chairman of the Middle East-Americas Energy Council; and publisher of The Latin American Energy Review.

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