May 2016, Vol. 243, No. 5

In The News

Report Seeks Plan to Ditch Fossil Fuels

The Center for Sustainable Energy (CSE) policy paper, Natural Gas as a Bridge Fuel – Measuring the Bridge, recognized the role natural gas plays in phasing out the nation’s use of dirtier fossil fuels, but concluded specific plans are needed to chart a course away from all fossil fuel use to achieve long-lasting greenhouse gas reductions. “With the exception of a few bumps and starts, the nation’s history with natural gas use has been to consume as much as we can, as quickly as possible,” said Steve Weissman, CSE’s senior policy advisor and the paper’s author. “As far as fossil fuels go, gas is perceived to be cheap, plentiful, versatile and cleaner than coal or oil. However, continued new

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