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The other energy crisis

Erik P. Eckholm

The other energy crisis

firewood.

by Erik P. Eckholm

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Published by Worldwatch Institute in Washington .
Written in English


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SeriesWorldwatch papers -- 1
ContributionsWorldwatch Institute.
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Open LibraryOL21381140M
ISBN 100916468003

The energy crisis has been brought into focus by Presi-dent Carter's message to the American people on April 18 and by his message to the Congress on April Al-though the President spoke of the gravity of the energy situation when he said that it was "unprecedented in our history," his messages have triggered an avalanche of. There is, however, a glimmer of hope that could turn into rays of sunshine. Water is a commodity, and we have just come through some painful times dealing with the shortage of another commodity—energy. For those who lived through the "energy crisis," this book offers a brief trip down memory lane. Three facts stand out regarding the energy crisis. First, within two generations 90 percent of the world's oil reserves are expected to be depleted, along with a number of industrially important.


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