: International energy

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Liberation Power: What do women need? Better energy Kirshenbaum

S.R. Kirshenbaum and M.E. Webber

20131104 2013
Coherence between water and energy policies King

C.W. King, A.S. Stillwell, K.M. Twomey, and M.E. Webber

20101201 2010  
Clean Energy and Water: Assessment of Mexico for improved water services with renewable energy King

C.W. King, K.M. Twomey, A.S. Stillwell, and M.E. Webber

20111201 2011
We have a new opportunity for sensible energy policy Webber

M.E. Webber

20061127 2006  
Webber: The U.S. lacks direction in climate change fight Webber

M.E. Webber

20070606 2007  
Conservation can be America’s oil weapon Webber

M.E. Webber

20070111 2007
If Texas leads in going green, rest of world will follow Webber

M.E. Webber

20070819 2007
Don’t blame China for high energy prices Webber

M.E. Webber

20070910 2007
Conflict between Russia and Georgia adds new twist to the energy war Webber

M.E. Webber

20080817 2008  
The Thirsty Dragon And The Wealthy Bear: How China, Russia and High Oil Prices Influence Global Dynamics (Part 1) Bartlett

L. Bartlett and M.E. Webber

20081001 2008
The Thirsty Dragon And The Wealthy Bear: How China, Russia and High Oil Prices Influence Global Dynamics (Part 2) Bartlett

L. Bartlett and M.E. Webber

20081110 2008
Energy and the Transformation of International Security Relations: Toward a New Producer-Consumer Framework – The USA: The Key Global Driver Webber

M.E. Webber

20091220 2009
Greening the Gross Domestic Product Groves

G. Groves and M.E. Webber

20100401 2010
A Dirty Secret–China’s Greatest Import: Carbon Emissions Webber

M.E. Webber

20110103 2011
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