SOURCE: New York Times
by Meg Jacobs
Politicians have repeatedly faced imperiled election prospects because of high gas prices, yet remain unwilling to take serious steps to unwind the oil dependency built into the American environment.
SOURCE: Made By History at the Washington Post
by Gregory Brew
Unlike past moments of high prices, American consumers and businesses today are facing no pressure to lower their consumption of oil and gas, even as the climate crisis grows increasingly dire.
SOURCE: The Conversation
by Scott L. Montgomery
The United States' role in the dramatic shifting of the global oil market over the past decade plays a significant role.
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