The Energy Crisis
What is the plan if the world runs out of oil? Our infrastructure and everyday lives depend on a steady supply of oil, but oil is a finite resource. Will drilling in the Arctic alleviate our dependence on foreign oil? This anthology looks at the consequences of our use of oil from a public policy, environmental, and foreign policy perspective. Readers learn about the key ideas that underpin hot-button stories in the news and learn about solutions such as alternative sources of fuel.
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