The search for renewable energy: Who gets hurt? (part two)

June 5th, 2007 |
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Roz Naylor explained to us in a previous podcast how energy decisions made in the U.S. or Europe can have unintended consequences for the rest of the world. Because of the importance of this topic, we visited one of her PhD students, Joanne Gaskell, to learn more about the benefits, impacts — and limitations — of energy crops, from a national and global perspective.

Note the changed look of the interviewer. This podcast was created with several students at Stanford as part of a course project.

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