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WSJ Plays up Peak Oil

Collide-a-ScapeBy Keith KloorFebruary 12, 2010 3:39 AM


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Actually, this editorial appears in the Journal's Europe edition. I can't imagine it appearing in the U.S. edition, especially with this kicker:

Some dubious emails and slightly dodgy dossiers have cast a new, and unflattering, light on the global-warming debate, raising the risk of a return to the belief that we can go on consuming oil with impunity. Being a "climate-change denier" is in danger of becoming almost fashionable. But whatever the risk to the climate, scarce and expensive oil would be a threat to established economies. We need alternatives.

Here's the best part: the author is WSJ Europe's editor-in-chief. Ah, the Tale of Two Journals surely will continue...

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