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  1. Slate: Fracking, Oil Sands, and Deep-Water Drilling

    Fracking, Oil Sands, and Deep-Water Drilling: The dangerous new era of "extreme energy," by Daniel Gross

    http://www.slate.com/id/2255906/

    —Huffduffed by Clampants 3 years ago

  2. BBC World Stories: Mexico’s Missing Island

    Bermeja Island is missing. This strategically important island was clearly visible on maps of the Gulf of Mexico until the middle of the 20th century but it’s now gone. BBC Mundo’s David Cuen goes in search.

    —Huffduffed by Clampants 4 years ago

  3. The Future of Transportation with Robin Chase

    Janera hosts a Conversation with Robin Chase, Founder of Zipcar and C.E.O. of GoLoco, and Vijay Vaitheeswaran, award-winning correspondent for The Economist and an authority on the future of energy.

    The future of transportation touches on some of today’s most pressing issues: How do we balance long-term and short-term priorities? Should the environment take a backseat to the recession?

    What will future forms of ride-sharing, car-sharing, and public transportation look like? How can you be a Global Nomad without leaving a gigantic carbon footprint?

    —Huffduffed by Clampants 4 years ago

  4. Hot, Flat and Crowded

    Thomas L Friedman takes a fresh and provocative look at two of our biggest challenges – the global environmental crisis and America’s surprising loss of focus and national purpose since 9/11 – and shows how they’re linked. He argues that we need American commitment and leadership in a green revolution, a revolution that will be the biggest innovation project in history, one that will inspire us to summon all the intelligence, creativity, boldness and concern for the common good that are our greatest human resources.

    (Oct 14, 2008 at London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE))

    —Huffduffed by Clampants 5 years ago

  5. Thomas Friedman - Hot, Flat, and Crowded: Why We Need A Green Revolution

    In this talk, New York Time columnist and author Tom Friedman exposes the irrationality of U.S. policies that promote consumption of vast quantities of oil.

    Friedman stresses that the United States must lead efforts to develop energy alternatives that would 1) free us from our dependence on petro-dictatorships and 2) help preserve the earth, oceans, and biodiversity.

    —Huffduffed by Clampants 5 years ago