How will the drama of oil—the struggle for access to it, the battle for control, the insecurity of supply, the consequences of its use, its impact on the global economy, and the geopolitics that dominate it—continue to shape our world?
Will we run out of oil, and will China and the United States be destined to conflict over oil?
This event is part of the Council's third annual SEPTEMBER SUSTAINABILITY MONTH.
Speaker: Daniel Yergin
Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs
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