How will the oil spill affect America's energy future?
In Pittsburgh June 2, President Obama vowed to gather votes for the climate bill in the "coming months" and repeated his intention to roll back billions of dollars in tax breaks for big oil companies, to tap natural gas reserves as an alternative to coal and to increase reliance on nuclear power. Question: Could the oil spill really have far-reaching implications for America's energy future? Should it?
Posted by Rachel Saslow on June 7, 2010 9:36 AM
Afraid4USA: Our whole approach to energy has to change. No more excuses. This means weaning ourselves from all fossil fuels, coal and gas as well as oil...