Fw: Re: U.S. needs an independent energy policy
- you might have something to say to Ruth Young here. She's in New York but
it seems to me that urban dwellers all across the nation need to work
together on these issues.
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From: "Ruth S. Young" <rsycat@...>
Date: Sun, 19 Nov 2000 21:39:35 -0500
Subject: Re: U.S. needs an independent energy policy
You are ever so right about this !!
Let's envision an energy policy starting with energy conservation in
of buildings and transportation....tax incentives in place for this.
Let's envision Pvs, Wind, and solar where geographically appropriate used
electrolyze water for hydrogen fuel cells for transportation and heating
buildings. Let's envision towns and cities designed that inhibit urban
sprawl, and let's have the courage to do it. Otherwise this economy is
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To: "AEL" <ae@...>
Sent: Sunday, November 19, 2000 4:53 PM
Subject: U.S. needs an independent energy policy
> U.S. needs an independent energy policy
> EDITORIAL U.S. SHOULD BREAK OPEC'S GRIP OPTIONS NEEDED TO AVOID
> ECONOMIC VULNERABILITY 11/16/2000 South Florida Sun-Sentinel Broward
> Metro 30A (Copyright 2000 by the Sun-Sentinel)
> Don't look to OPEC for relief from high oil prices anytime soon. The
> 11-nation cartel has little sympathy for Western countries still
> complaining about production levels and their effects on prices.