Global Energy Management

22 November 2006 at 1:17 pm Leave a comment

An article in today’s Boston Globe points to how the human species is beginning to seriously consider global energy management.  Titled “In hunt for energy, the sun is a model” (p. A9), it tells of “Several partners representing half the world’s population” who “have agreed to build an experimental fusion reactor in southern France that could revolutionize global energy use for future generations.” 

The ITER project by the United States, the European Union, China, Russia, Japan, and South Korea will attempt to combat global warming by offering an alternative to fossil fuels.  Controlling climate change and finding new energy sources are urgent goals.

Finally–energonomics on a global level!  Interesting that we are participating in this project while the official stance of the Bush administration is that global warming is questionable.

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Entry filed under: energonomics.

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