America's Oil Needs and New Energy Options In his State of the Union address, President Bush said that the nation was "addicted to oil." Could ethanol be one route to energy independence? What about wind power?
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America's Oil Needs and New Energy Options

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America's Oil Needs and New Energy Options

America's Oil Needs and New Energy Options

America's Oil Needs and New Energy Options

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In his State of the Union address, President Bush said that the nation was "addicted to oil." Could ethanol be one route to energy independence? What about wind power?

Guests:

Peter Tertzakian, chief energy economist and a director of ARC Financial Corporation; author, A Thousand Barrels a Second: The Coming Oil Break Point and the Challenges Facing an Energy Dependent World;

Jerome Ringo, president, the Apollo Alliance

Daniel M. Kammen, class of 1935 Distinguished Chair in Energy; Energy and Resources Group & Goldman School of Public Policy Director; Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory (RAEL); co-director, Berkeley Institute of the Environment; University of California

Michael Besancon, southern pacific regional president, Whole Foods Market