The “Geo-Green” Alternative

Maybe it’s just me, but Thomas Friedman’s idea of a “Geo-Green” approach to the Middle East seems awfully simplistic, as Dave Roberts points out in his response to Geoff Debelko’s post at Gristmill. Ultimately, this kind of argument might appeal (ironically) to Bush’s neo-conservative advisors as a possible alternative to outright military invasion, but I’m not sure they’re that patient. I also agree with Dave that the Middle Eastern oil barons will likely find other customers…

  1. Mathieu

    Did you know that wind has potential for power? It does not damage the environment plus its a powerful source of alternative energy. It is gaining popularity because other sources of fuel damage the environment and also fuel prices are now very high. When thinking of wind power you may think about windmills, but wind can also be turned into electricity.

    Go Green!

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