Energy and developmentI have a few comments on the article on energy, development, and climate change, which asks readers to begin a debate on the whole platform of actions by the mighty United Nations, a platform I believe is based on a flawed theory against fossil energy resources and their development (OGJ, Feb. 2, p. 18).The premise of the UN platform is to estimate so-called economic impacts on poorer and developing nations. Then what comes out after millions of dollars worth of meetings and forums are these: IPIECA, CCWG, UNFCCC, IPCC, ECOSOC, CDM, UNEP, WSSD, and so on. Do you think developing nations could deal with such complex UN establishments to address core issues?Another UN ...

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