Energy Infographic: Are We Ready to Face Our Energy Choices?

Source: Public Agenda

World energy demand is projected to jump nearly 40% over the next 20 years. We need to be prepared in order to meet demand. You don’t have to be an expert to know your options and make informed decisions on energy. Public Agenda’s new Infographic offers a potent visual guide to the choices the U.S. is facing.

Public Agenda also offers a free, nonpartisan guide that further examines the tradeoffs U.S. voters need to consider for our energy future and some of the approaches the candidates and policymakers from across the political spectrum support. Click here to learn more: Energy: A Citizens' Solutions Guide

Energy Infographic: Are We Ready to Face Our Energy Choices?

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