I’ve gotten back into the habit of buying a Sunday New York Times and picking my way through it. This morning, while hustling on the eliptical trainer at the Ann Arbor YMCA I read an article in the Magazine that made my $5 purchase a bargain. Thomas L. Friedman wrote The Power of Green, and you should all read it. Friedman’s essay is a welcome addition to the energy policy literature. He clearly explains how America can leverage our knowledge, market share, and public policies to “reknit America at home and reconnect America abroad.” His essay will leave you wanting changes in government subsidies, scrutinizing your own carbon footprint, and itching to write to your Representatives and Senators.
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