September 2009
Foreign Policy;Sep/Oct2009, Issue 174, p128
A brief introduction is presented to two articles, one by Michael Grunwald and one by David J. Rothkopf, on the myths and realities of energy alternatives to petroleum and other fossil fuels.


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