In his State of the Union address, President Bush called for new domestic initiatives aimed at decreasing gas consumption by expanding the role of alternative fuels. Three energy experts analyze the viability of the president's proposed energy reforms.
With carbon dioxide comprising 80 percent of greenhouse gases, researchers are creating technologies to neutralize emissions and reverse their effects on global warming.
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