Essay  |  9 June 2011

Three energy developments that are changing your life

The global energy crisis deepens

By Michael T. Klare

What do the Arab Spring, Fukushima and worldwide droughts add up to? The bottom line, says Michael Klare: Any expectations that ever-increasing supplies of energy will meet demand in the coming years are destined to be disappointed. A grim energy future is on the horizon.

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