By: Wall Street Pit
May 06, 2013 at 07:39 AM EDT
Could Fossil Fuel Abundance Have Negative Political Consequences?
Charles Mann has an interesting article in the Atlantic about the potential deleterious consequences of finding large quantities of natural gas (methane hydrate) underneath the seafloor. We may believe that fossil fuel scarcity is a major source for political instability. Yet, it is not at all clear that finding large new quantities of fossil fuels [...] View the full post at: Could Fossil Fuel Abundance Have Negative Political Consequences? Related posts: Natural Gas is the Transitional Fuel to the Green Future Department of Transportation Posts New Fuel Economy Standards Switzerland: Could Interest Rates Go Negative?
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