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BY Peter Fairley // June 2005 It’s 8 a.m. and Shanghai is moving. For the cars and trucks crammed together on the elevated highway cutting through downtown, it’s a slow crawl. On the smaller roads below, traffic is rolling at a steady 10 to 15 kilometers per hour in what looks like a more traditional Chinese street scene. Vying with the cars and trucks for the same strip of pavement are a motley assortment of two- and three-wheeled vehicles–everything from simple steel-frame bikes and heavily laden pedal-powered carts to motorized scooters……
Earth’s oil gauge on low put pressure on the proven reserve. Rising demand puts pressure on proven reserves, which have not seen a significant boost in 30 years. Earlier this year, Royal Dutch/Shell, one of the world’s biggest oil companies, cut the amount of its proven reserves by 22 percent in a scandal that led […]
First of all, holy global warming. Now global warming is a sin. For I saw this on EV World and had to just send it out. I always remembered in Sunday school that we should be a green as possible to be as religious as possible. Even my Rabbi told me recently that helping to […]
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