ODYSSEY OF OIL EXPLORATION : LINK PROSPERITY WITH ENVIROMENTAL SECURITY.
[Trinidad and Tobago]: The Author, . First edition 4to, wrps, 52 p., graphs, illus. New Paperback "Since most major accidents occur off shore, this study offers an exhaustive review of deep sea exploration. With the 'Big' oil industry dictating the tems and desperate governments accepting such, the report brings into question whether 'Third World' countries - especially the Caribbean region with Grenada as a focal point- are capable of undertaking thechallenges and risks associated with the business. The report, laced with my personal opinion, makes the point taht alternative and renewable energy sources such as solar and wind - to newer technologies such as cleaner-burning coal, hybrid and fuel cells, are expected to steal some of oil's share of the energy market in the near future. The data is based on facts, empirical information, scientific research, quantitative analyses, practices and deductions which give rise to the ultimate debate: Is the human and environmental toll worth it? Only one copy on worldcat at the University of the West Indies In Trinidad and Tobago. (Item ID: 153935)