Guardian : American Fossil Fuels To Save The Planet

The Guardian says that American fossil fuels will save the planet from terrorist supporting regimes.

American energy independence looks likely to trigger the next great geopolitical shift in the modern world.

The US is the home to vast shale oil and gas deposits made commercially viable by improvements to a 200-year-old technique called fracking and by the relentlessly high cost of crude.

Long-term consequences for the rest of the world are hard to predict but it is probably safe to say that many of the regimes whose global role rests on hydrocarbons alone are likely to be significantly weakened, if not swept away.

How cheap energy from shale will reshape America’s role in the world | Environment | The Guardian

The Guardian also says that American fossil fuels have doomed the planet, and it is too late to do anything about it.

Barack Obama has only four years to save the world. That is the stark assessment of Nasa scientist and leading climate expert Jim Hansen who last week warned only urgent action by the new president could halt the devastating climate change that now threatens Earth. Crucially, that action will have to be taken within Obama’s first administration, he added

President Obama ‘has four years to save Earth’ | Environment | The Observer

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  1. kim2ooo says:

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