In our efforts to protect the Usumacinta, we will need to address the real energy needs of Mexico, offering some alternative to the hydroelectric dam at Boca del Cerro.
From the Arizona Republic online:
The PRI and PRD both gained seats in Mexico's lower house during midterm elections July 6. The PAN lost almost one-fourth of its seats, and its bid to open up Mexico's energy sector seem in more danger than ever. But even without privatization, the two other parties have to act to modernize the industry so it can meet the country's energy needs, growing at 4 to 8 percent each year.Posted by Dave at August 11, 2003 03:58 PM