Is Texas the new California?

by Marlo Lewis on April 24, 2009

in Blog

Texas, once known for its oil tycoons and cattle barons, is now a stage on which renewable-energy moguls preen and strut. But whereas demand for Texas oil and cattle was market-driven, the State’s renewable boom is a creature of politics.  Robert L. Bradley, Jr., an historian of political capitalism, chronicles the lastest chapter in the Lone Star State’s patronage of Big Green here.

Linda Adams May 1, 2009 at 6:13 am

I think that Texas will be the new California if nobody does anything about this rising dillemma on Global Warming.

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