New York Times writer and author Thomas L. Friedman brings attention to a critical element of the climate and energy dilemma that many overlook. In his keynote presentation as part of the 2010 Wake Forest University Energy Conference, Friedman stresses the need for a true revolution in our thinking towards energy consumption. He presents a compelling argument that emerging energy technology is not a component of the global climate change debate. Rather, it is a matter of necessity to address the growth in global population, the stagnation of the U.S. economy and the security and prosperity of the world.
A True Energy Revolution – Thomas Friedman
This is an undergraduate level analysis written for a Latin America History course at a top-tier US private college. This paper represents my personal analysis and perspective on a 2010 Energy Conference keynote presentation from New York Times writer and author Thomas Friedman. The report received top marks. This report could be used as a guide for research, a sample analysis for reference, or for direct reference with proper citation.
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