Clean Energy Common Sense: An American Call to Action on Global Climate Change

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Rowman & Littlefield, 2010 - Political Science - 106 pages
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Inspired by Thomas Paine's classic, Common Sense, Frances Beinecke provides a concise account of what is at stake in the climate change debate. The impact of global climate change extends beyond environmental destruction. She challenges all Americans to demand a clean and sustainable energy future before it is too late. Doing so will help put Americans back to work, reduce our reliance on foreign oil, and create a healthier planet, for ourselves and our children.
  

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Review: Clean Energy Common Sense: An American Call to Action on Global Climate Change

User Review  - Molly - Goodreads

"Clean Energy Common Sense" would serve as a gleaming introduction for readers who may be otherwise uninformed on the topic of global climate change and the need for clean energy. While the book ... Read full review

Review: Clean Energy Common Sense: An American Call to Action on Global Climate Change

User Review  - John - Goodreads

I wish I could put a copy of this book into the hands of every US voter -- more accurately, I wish I could have done so before the midterm elections, so that voters would have been able to give ... Read full review

Contents

Fire and Ice
15
Cradle of Peril
31
Putting Americans Back to Work
57
Our World Our Time
83
One CitizenS Appeal
101
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About the author (2010)

Frances Beinecke is president of the Natural Resources Defense Council Inc., a nonprofit, nonpartisan international environmental advocacy organization with 1.3 million members. She resides in New York City. Bob Deans, NRDC's Federal Communications Director, is a long-time Washington, D.C. journalist and the author of The River Where America Began: A Journey along the James. He resides in Bethesda, Maryland.

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