Friday, August 27, 2004

The Price of Power

Some light reading for the weekend? The price of power: Poverty, climate change, the coming energy crisis and the renewable revolution.

From the Press Release:

"Around the world control of fossil fuels is linked to corruption and violence. Burning them causes climate change which in turn puts an impossible obstacle in the way of ending poverty. Reshaping our energy supply holds the secret to ending poverty and preventing global warming. Small-scale renewables remain the best answer for communities and the environment." -- Andrew Simms.

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