Wednesday, November 5, 2008
Will Obama's $150 billion energy policy to bolster renewable energy technology and conservation have a chance in this dire economic situation with the recent $700 billion bailout plan?
As Thomas Friedman has argued, many of the nation's top priorites such as the economy, the war in Iraq and terrorism are linked to energy policy. I ordered Flat, Hot and Crowded for the library which explains how critical our energy choices will be for America's future as a world power.
If Obama makes good on promises to pursue cap and trade emissions, that will be one step toward changing the course of global warming.
Posted by Judy Gressel at Wednesday, November 05, 2008