Today's Hot Topic: Climate Change
U.S. Energy Policy: The NYT notes that some of the details from Vice President Dick Cheney's 2001 "super-secret" energy task force have finally been leaked to the press, and argues that what the leak "really does is remind us how and why this administration has squandered six years that should have been devoted to finding innovative answers to the big questions of oil dependency and global warming" ... The LAT writes that although many "respected academics and environmentalists argue that nuclear power must be part of any solution to climate change," the United States should be investing in "cleaner, cheaper, faster alternatives that come with none of the risks." The editors add that the "potential for wind power alone is nearly limitless."
By Rob Anderson |
July 23, 2007; 9:18 AM ET
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