Principles for improving U.S. energy policy

Breaux, John
June 2007
Hill;6/21/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 75, p28
The author reflects on the issue concerning U.S. Congress move on considering a comprehensive energy bill that once enacted that affect on the national security, economy and the environment. He pointed that public awareness of the growing energy crisis should be the mere thing to be considered because he believes the Americans should be more informed and responsible in the growing crisis. He suggests that Congress must engage in all stakeholders including on outsourcing its possible solutions..


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