If superstorms like Sandy are increasingly destructive, they will make several green energy initiatives look practical in ways that have nothing to do with climate change.
By Laurent Belsie, Staff writer / November 1, 2012
“After Sandy, Bill Clinton rails against Romney on global warming,” CBS headlined. (With only five days to go, does it matter?)
The more interesting question is whether hurricane Sandy will bolster the case for “green” energy initiatives in the long term.
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