World War Oil? The Need to Break Away from Fossil Fuel Dependency

An outline of the Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2 pipelines from Russia to Germany. The latter has already stopped planned operations of Nord Stream 2 to sanction Russia for their invasion of Ukraine.
Failure of passage would mean that the U.S. would fall about 1.3 billion metric tons short of reducing greenhouse gases in half by 2030. Source: Visualizing the climate stakes of Build Back Better’s downfall (axios.com)

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I’m a graduate from LaGrange College with a B.S. in Biology, striving to be a conservationist and to help our planet.

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