It emphasizes conservation and development of alternatives, but conservation mostly. Conservation has already been tried and shown to work.
The crises in Iran and Afghanistan have dramatized a very important lesson: Our excessive dependence on foreign oil is a clear and present danger to our Nation’s security. The need has never been more urgent. At long last, we must have a clear, comprehensive energy policy for the United States.
Sounds like this guy has the proper perspective. Who advocates a policy designed to keep us from war in the ‘Stans and the Middle East?
Jimmy Carter. In 1980. In his State of the Union speech.
Check it out at Patriots and Peoples. Carter’s policy is compared to McCain’s, and Obama’s.
And then consider the price of lost opportunities, and whether we can ever learn enough to avoid the punishing sword of Santayana’s Ghost, when we don’t learn from history.