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The Resource Gasoline, Debra A. Miller, book editor

Gasoline, Debra A. Miller, book editor

Label
Gasoline
Title
Gasoline
Statement of responsibility
Debra A. Miller, book editor
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
338.4/3665538270973
Index
index present
LC call number
HD9579.G5
LC item number
U5428 2012
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Miller, Debra A
Series statement
Current controversies
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Gasoline
  • Gasoline industry
  • Energy consumption
  • Energy policy
Label
Gasoline, Debra A. Miller, book editor
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 164-170) and index
Contents
  • High oil prices threaten the world economy
  • The Economist
  • The world energy threat has only worsened in 2011
  • Michael T. Klare
  • Chapter 2.
  • Are rising gasoline prices a serious problem?
  • Chapter overview
  • Toni Johnson
  • Increases in gas prices act as a drag on the economy
  • Dante Chinni
  • Chapter 1.
  • Rising gas prices transfer wealth from poorer Americans to the rich
  • Dan Froomkin
  • High gas prices are causing many Americans financial hardship
  • Lydia Saad
  • Compared with other industrialized countries, US gas is cheap
  • Sarah Terry-Cobo
  • High gas prices might shock the nation into cutting its dependence on oil
  • Myles Spicer
  • There are many benefits to higher gas prices
  • KNS Financial
  • How does oil and gasoline dependence affect the US and the world?
  • Chapter 3.
  • Is public transportation an answer to rising gasoline prices?
  • Rising gas prices in 2011 caused drivers to turn to public transportation
  • Sean Barry
  • Record mass transit ridership could result if gas prices rise higher
  • PR Newswire
  • The United States must invest in public transportation
  • Christian Science Monitor
  • Rejecting high-speed rail systems is a mistake given rising gas prices
  • Rob Kerth
  • Gasoline usage by the transportation sector is a major driver of global warming
  • Increases in public transportation use are shortlived
  • Owen McShane
  • Recession hits transit budgets despite rising need
  • Bob Salsberg
  • Cuts in federal public transportation funding could further limit mass transit
  • Keith Laing
  • High-speed rail is too expensive
  • Joel Kotkin
  • Chapter 4.
  • What are the keys to oil and gasoline independence?
  • Deborah Gordon
  • The United States must increase domestic oil production
  • Steve Huntley
  • Oil independence is impossible so energy independence must be the goal
  • Swellsman
  • The United States must transition to low-carbon fuels
  • David Burwell
  • The United States must promote electric vehicles to achieve freedom from oil
  • Sarah Hodgdon
  • Natural gas-powered vehicles should be the first step toward energy independence
  • David Fessler
  • Oil dependence makes US drivers vulnerable to rising gas prices
  • The United States must increase fuel efficiency standards
  • Jonathan Murray
  • The free market, rather than government, should govern energy choices
  • Conn Carroll
  • Deron Lovaas, Justin Horner
  • The US dependence on foreign oil funds America's enemies
  • Jonathan Powers
Control code
ocn777327470
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
180 p.
Isbn
9780737762273
Isbn Type
(hardcover)
Lccn
2012004708
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o777327470
  • (OCoLC)777327470
Label
Gasoline, Debra A. Miller, book editor
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 164-170) and index
Contents
  • High oil prices threaten the world economy
  • The Economist
  • The world energy threat has only worsened in 2011
  • Michael T. Klare
  • Chapter 2.
  • Are rising gasoline prices a serious problem?
  • Chapter overview
  • Toni Johnson
  • Increases in gas prices act as a drag on the economy
  • Dante Chinni
  • Chapter 1.
  • Rising gas prices transfer wealth from poorer Americans to the rich
  • Dan Froomkin
  • High gas prices are causing many Americans financial hardship
  • Lydia Saad
  • Compared with other industrialized countries, US gas is cheap
  • Sarah Terry-Cobo
  • High gas prices might shock the nation into cutting its dependence on oil
  • Myles Spicer
  • There are many benefits to higher gas prices
  • KNS Financial
  • How does oil and gasoline dependence affect the US and the world?
  • Chapter 3.
  • Is public transportation an answer to rising gasoline prices?
  • Rising gas prices in 2011 caused drivers to turn to public transportation
  • Sean Barry
  • Record mass transit ridership could result if gas prices rise higher
  • PR Newswire
  • The United States must invest in public transportation
  • Christian Science Monitor
  • Rejecting high-speed rail systems is a mistake given rising gas prices
  • Rob Kerth
  • Gasoline usage by the transportation sector is a major driver of global warming
  • Increases in public transportation use are shortlived
  • Owen McShane
  • Recession hits transit budgets despite rising need
  • Bob Salsberg
  • Cuts in federal public transportation funding could further limit mass transit
  • Keith Laing
  • High-speed rail is too expensive
  • Joel Kotkin
  • Chapter 4.
  • What are the keys to oil and gasoline independence?
  • Deborah Gordon
  • The United States must increase domestic oil production
  • Steve Huntley
  • Oil independence is impossible so energy independence must be the goal
  • Swellsman
  • The United States must transition to low-carbon fuels
  • David Burwell
  • The United States must promote electric vehicles to achieve freedom from oil
  • Sarah Hodgdon
  • Natural gas-powered vehicles should be the first step toward energy independence
  • David Fessler
  • Oil dependence makes US drivers vulnerable to rising gas prices
  • The United States must increase fuel efficiency standards
  • Jonathan Murray
  • The free market, rather than government, should govern energy choices
  • Conn Carroll
  • Deron Lovaas, Justin Horner
  • The US dependence on foreign oil funds America's enemies
  • Jonathan Powers
Control code
ocn777327470
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
180 p.
Isbn
9780737762273
Isbn Type
(hardcover)
Lccn
2012004708
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o777327470
  • (OCoLC)777327470

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