The Economic Decision Making For Obama 's Two Parent

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On the other hand, many of the environmental problems the world faces today – including climate change, air pollution, oil spills, and acid rain – result from our dependence on fossil fuels. The burning of fossil fuels produces heat-trapping gases that are the main cause of the ongoing rise in global atmospheric temperatures. Therefore, as a result of the "shale revolution" Americans seem to have a hard time to say “goodbye” to the stereotypes of the past century. Barack Obama declared "comprehensive" energy strategy increasingly takes on the character of selective policy, concentrating not on a wide range of energy, but only on shale gas and oil. America is increasingly dependent on oil and gas consumption. This situation does not seem to cause any rejections. Scientists call this phenomenon a "cognitive dissonance"; which White House initiatives inherently possess. It is the inability to reach a consensus between the populist slogans and theoretical developments, while there is a need for pragmatic economic decision-making. We have to admit that for Obama’s two-parent term, the Democrats couldn’t precisely highlight key points, and build a hierarchy of integrated energy policy. US hegemony is almost not valid in renewable energy. On a number of key areas of alternative energy, China and some EU countries are ahead of the United States and the Americans have to compete to maintain leadership or even to catch up with countries that have been recently perceived as developing
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