This month, Wired magazine takes a look at Thomas Friedman's new book
Hot, Flat, and Crowded. Looks like it's full of good thoughts on methods which might help us ease ourselves out of our "climate-destroying fossil-fuel age"...
"We need 100,000 people in 100,000 garages trying 100,000 things--in the hope that five of them break through."
The battle over "green," he believes, will define the early 21st century just as the battle over "red" (Communism) defined the last half of the 20th.
Nice followup to The World is Flat.
Perhaps, in a few years, he can write The World is Green.