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BOOKS: How to take part in the energy revolution

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BOOKS: By Barbara Lloyd McMichael

How to take part in the energy revolution

Powering Forward – Bill Ritter, Jr.

Fulcrum – 304 pp - $17.95

 A decade ago, former vice president Al Gore captured the public’s attention with “An Inconvenient Truth,” a multi-formatted argument about the impact of global climate change. Since then, many of Gore’s predictions about global warming have manifested at an alarming rate, but the change he was urging in human behavior has been slower to come around.

Now another former politician has...

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