Friday, April 10, 2009

Everyone is green now

The Economist quickly reviews three books related to energy, climate change and economics here. If you're looking for a convenient source for energy in the global context, these books might be worth checking out.
EVERYONE is green now, at least in theory. A warming planet has panicked the world into looking for alternatives to fossil fuels even as billions of people begin to achieve the sort of luxurious Western lifestyle that will, without reform, cook the Earth. If the science of climate change is fast-moving, the politics are even faster, with a huge array of treaties, promises, pledges and targets giving the appearance of lots of action—but with little actually being achieved. Three books take very different approaches to sizing up the problem.

From The Economist.

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