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Apollo's fire [electronic resource] : igniting America's clean-energy economy / Jay Inslee, Bracken Hendricks ; foreword by Bill Clinton.

By: Inslee, Jay.
Contributor(s): Hendricks, Bracken.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Washington : Island Press, c2008Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 387 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9781435676640 (electronic bk.); 1435676645 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Energy policy -- United States | Renewable energy sources -- United States | Global warming | Politique �energ�etique -- �Etats-Unis | �Energies propres -- �Etats-Unis | R�echauffement de la terre | Erw�armung <Meteorologie> | Energiepolitik | Erneuerbare Energien | USA | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Power Resources -- General | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Industries -- Energy | SCIENCE -- Energy | Electronic booksGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Apollo's fire.DDC classification: 333.790973 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
The first Apollo Project -- 1. A new Apollo Project for energy -- Global warming comes to the White House, or doesn't -- Ten energy enlightenments -- 2. Reinventing the car -- Becoming Mahatma -- 3. Waking up to the new solar dawn -- When energy markets go wrong : surviving Enron -- 4. Energy efficiency : the distributed power of democracy -- Green-collar jobs : from the South Bronx to Oakland -- 5. Reenergizing our communities, one project at a time -- "We don't need oil" -- 6. Homegrown energy -- Wild energy : false starts on the road to success -- 7. Sailing in a sea of energy -- A mind opened about mined coal -- 8. Can coal or nuclear be part of the solution? -- The Apollo Alliance : new coalitions for change -- 9. What's it going to take? -- A tale of two presidents -- 10. An American energy policy -- Placing out bets on a new Apollo Project -- Lessons of the mimosa tree -- Stories from the field -- Epilogue : launching Apollo.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 339-367) and index.

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The first Apollo Project -- 1. A new Apollo Project for energy -- Global warming comes to the White House, or doesn't -- Ten energy enlightenments -- 2. Reinventing the car -- Becoming Mahatma -- 3. Waking up to the new solar dawn -- When energy markets go wrong : surviving Enron -- 4. Energy efficiency : the distributed power of democracy -- Green-collar jobs : from the South Bronx to Oakland -- 5. Reenergizing our communities, one project at a time -- "We don't need oil" -- 6. Homegrown energy -- Wild energy : false starts on the road to success -- 7. Sailing in a sea of energy -- A mind opened about mined coal -- 8. Can coal or nuclear be part of the solution? -- The Apollo Alliance : new coalitions for change -- 9. What's it going to take? -- A tale of two presidents -- 10. An American energy policy -- Placing out bets on a new Apollo Project -- Lessons of the mimosa tree -- Stories from the field -- Epilogue : launching Apollo.

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