Oil and the Future of Energy
Editor in Chief, Scientific American
September 8, 2007
With their impeccable reputation for top science reporting, the editors of Scientific American present influential information from the most important scientists and science writers in Oil and the Future of Energy. This one volume is an unparalleled resource on fossil fuels and the related geopolitics, climate change and climate repair, and energy options for the future, including hydrogen, nuclear power, renewable resources, and transitional strategies.
With contributions from leading writers, including W. Wayt Gibbs and Raymond Socolow, this book brings together the most authoritative and accessible science writing on a topic of intense public interest and concern to businesspeople, investors, and all who care about the planet.
Scientific American, the oldest continuously published magazine in the United States, has been bringing its readers unique insights about developments in science and technology for more than 150 years. The magazine publishes nineteen foreign-language editions and has a total of more than one million copies in circulation worldwide.