Global Warming & the United States Politics

By Ian Teñido Global Warming and politics are two inseparable concepts that are even more relevant today than a decade ago. With the proof of the ever increasing global temperatures, the political atmosphere has totally gotten engulfed in the discussions of global warming with an ever increasing tone of wanting to find a solution. Since... Continue Reading →

United States and the Kyoto Protocol

By Ian Teñido Kyoto Protocol is a phrase that has in the last two decades become a cliché on the lips of many but for a good reason. To understand Kyoto Protocol, we need to briefly travel down the memory lane of the environmental movement. Before Kyoto Protocol there are other numerous environmental instruments that... Continue Reading →

Should The US Expand Offshore Oil Drilling?

By Ian Teñido The debate on whether the US should expand its offshore oil drilling has been raging on in the previous successive governments, but without any conclusive resolve as to what should be done exactly. While the debate is fumbled upon by various quotas, the fundamental aspects of the debate have, in the process,... Continue Reading →

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