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No Rain in the Amazon: How South America's Climate Change Affects the Entire Planet

(Palgrave-Macmillan, 2010)
Acting as the planet’s air conditioner, the rainforest sucks up millions of tons of greenhouse gases and stores them safely out of the atmosphere. South America's deforestation threatens to unleash a kind of “carbon bomb”. Therefore, the fate of the planet depends on our response to environmental problems within the southern hemisphere.

Revolution! South America and the Rise of the New Left

(Palgrave-Macmillan, 2008)
Kozloff discusses the hot-button issues of energy integration, free trade agendas, culture wars and South America's emerging role as a new political bloc, and how these tectonic political shifts will affect the United States.

Hugo Chávez: Oil, Politics, and the Challenge to the United States

(Palgrave-Macmillan, 2006)
Audacious, provocative, and bombastic, few world politicians are as colorful as Hugo Chávez. As Venezuela gains importance as the fifth largest oil exporter in the world, this firebrand leader is quickly moving to the public spotlight by uniting much of South America against the Bush administration and wielding oil as a "geopolitical weapon."

Latin American Environmental History: The Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

(Institute of Latin American Studies, ILAS, University of London, 2004)

"Venezuelan Oil and Environment in the Gómez Era: The Case of Lagunillas"