When the U.S. Energy Industry is a Third World Country
The U.N. is trying to fix the energy crisis in the United States with the United Nations’ Energy Transition Commission.
But the commission is also looking at the world’s energy supply.
That means a lot of countries have to be reevaluating how they supply their own energy.
That is because we are a third world country and we need the rest of the world to step up.
Energy is a global issue.
It’s global to the extent that we need to make decisions based on energy.
So we need everybody in the world who can do that, to be able to do it.
But it is also global to our political, social, economic and security interests.
In the world of the future, we are going to have to decide which energy we are buying, which way we want to consume energy.
And that will mean the end of our dependence on coal, the end, by the way, of our reliance on oil.
If we are to continue to depend on fossil fuels, then we will have to have a global energy strategy that will support our energy security and prosperity.
We have got to decide whether we are looking at building the future of the economy, or the future with our kids, or our grandchildren, or ourselves.
We are going, as the American Conservative has pointed out, to the end.
The next energy crisis is coming.