One small step?

11/27/2006
No less an authority than the International Energy Agency has renewed its warning about a future of limited fossil energy and more environmental damage from burning too much of it.At the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change 12th annual conference in Nairobi earlier this month, IEA Executive Director Claude Mandil addressed twin concerns: energy security and environmental threat.He based his remarks on IEA’s recent World Energy Outlook 2006, which envisions a world lacking “adequate and secure supplies of energy at affordable prices” and facing “environmental harm caused by consuming too much of it.”The WEO06 “confirms that fossil-fuel demand and tr...
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