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We’re standing at the precipice of a historic change: Eventually we will leave fossil fuels behind and turn to wind, solar and hydraulic energy. Read about the effects this change will have on energy providers, companies, consumers and society.

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The Frackers
Book
 

Gregory Zuckerman

Portfolio, 2013

(9)

Beyond Oil
Book
 

Kenneth S. Deffeyes

Hill and Wang, 2005

(8)

Joy at Work
Book
 

Dennis W. Bakke

Pear Press, 2005

(8)

The Third Industrial Revolution
Book
 

Jeremy Rifkin

Palgrave Macmillan, 2013

(8)

Oil Titans
Book

Valerie Marcel and John V. Mitchell

Brookings Institution Press, 2006

(8)

The Oil Factor
Book

Stephen Leeb and Donna Leeb

Warner Books, 2004

(8)

Energy
Report

The Economist Intelligence Unit

EIU, 2014

(8)

Perfect Power
Book

Robert Galvin and Kurt Yeager

McGraw-Hill, 2008

(8)

Out of Gas
Book
 

David Goodstein

W.W.Norton, 2005

(9)

$20 per Gallon
Book

Christopher Steiner

Grand Central, 2009

(8)

Harvest the Wind
Book
 

Philip Warburg

Beacon Press, 2013

(8)

Power Hungry
Book
 

Robert Bryce

Public Affairs, 2010

(7)

Blowout in the Gulf
Book
 

William R. Freudenburg and Robert Gramling

MIT Press, 2010

(9)

The Long Emergency
Book
 

James Howard Kunstler

Atlantic Monthly Press, 2005

(8)

Confronting Collapse
Book
 

Michael C. Ruppert

Chelsea Green Publishing, 2009

(8)

Hubbert's Peak
Book
 

Kenneth S. Deffeyes

Princeton UP, 2001

(8)

Future Energy
Book
 

Bill Paul

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2007

(8)

Rising Powers, Shrinking Planet
Book
 

Michael T. Klare

Metropolitan Books, 2008

(8)

Ten Technologies to Save the Planet
Book
 

Chris Goodall

GreenProfile, 2008

(7)

The Ripple Effect
Book

Alex Prud’homme

Scribner, 2011

(8)

Energy Budgets at Risk (EBaR)
Book
 

Jerry Jackson

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2008

(7)

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