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VIDEO: Jorge Piñon speaks with Voice of America's Patricia Dalmasy and the other panelists on the impact of the Mexican energy reform going forward with the implementation of the secondary laws passed by Mexican President Peña Nieto.
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Video: Watch Jorge Piñon discuss energy issues with Petrocaribe, Central America, and the Caribbean with David Goldwyn and Jed Bailey at the Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center at the Atlantic Council.
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Video - Chile: Energy Sector Opportunities Roundtable - Keynote H.E. Maximo Pacheco, Ministry of Energy of Chile
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VIDEO: Jorge Piñon speaks with CB24TV of Costa Rica about the advantages and disadvantages of #Petrocaribe.
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Video - Latin America: A Resource Rich Region but Poor Production Capacity
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Jorge Piñon speaks with Xavier Serbia of CNN Dinero on the current state of Iraq and how it affects world petroleum production and the global economy.
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energy, environment, sustainability, STEM, resources, good governance, UT Austin, JSG
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The Jackson School of Geosciences Latin America and Caribbean Energy and Environment Program will create, foster and maintain a regional outreach network that will nurture cooperative and frank discussions of issues related to sustainable development of energy resources and environmental stewardship.  The network will include representatives from governments, universities, private sector, multilateral agencies, industry and professional associations and other stakeholders.

The program will facilitate, through targeted outreach events and publications, the transfer of knowledge and best practices throughout the network, thus providing developing countries the opportunity to become fast learners, to avoid mistakes made by others, and to have access to existing processes, research and best practices that may be beneficial to their specific needs.  The five key messages that the program will focus on and deliberate within its outreach network through conferences, publications, policy papers, academic and research partnerships  and other outreach activities are; good governance, environmental stewardship, resource development best practices, STEM education, and sustainable energy policies.