February 2010 Vol. 237 No. 2

Features

Clean Over Green: Oil And Gas in a Low-Carbon Future

Even with the world having reached a modicum of consensus in Copenhagen, it is becoming clear that the global obsession with anything green has subsided. This is a good thing. We can now move from breathless anticipation of a green dawn, to the more sober work of systematically and thoughtfully building toward a low-carbon future. A big part of this effort will involve fossil fuels. Natural gas, oil and coal should be given their due as crucial fuels of the coming decades. There is a commonly held view that we cannot transition to a carbon-neutral world without them. The reasons for this are clear. First, too much of the world’s infrastructure is built for fossil fuels a

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