April 6, 2012

The Rules That Should Govern Energy Subsidies

Bill McKibben, Salon Magazine


CNBC

Along with “fivedollaragallongas,” the energy watchword for the next few months is: “subsidies.” Last week, for instance, New Jersey Senator Robert Menendez proposed ending some of the billions of dollars in handouts enjoyed by the fossil-fuel industry with a “Repeal Big Oil Tax Subsidies Act. . ."

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TAGGED: U.S. Energy Policy, Energy Subsidies, Salon Magazine

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