The End of the Oil Monopoly
For 100 years, virtually all of global transport has been the domain of a single, depleting, polluting commodity to the detriment of the global economy, security and environment. But the trend is beginning to change in 2012 as the convergence of technology and creative business modeling has led to the creation of a less expensive and more convenient alternative to gasoline-driven automobiles. Pioneered in Israel, Denmark and Australia, this radical new approach has the potential to turn two giant industries upside down.
Michael Granoff is head of Oil Independence Policies for Better Place.
oil, natural resources, fossil fuels, global transport, pollution, global commoddity, gasoline-driven automobiles, transportation alternatives
Environmental Studies | Oil, Gas, and Energy | Science and Technology Studies | Transportation
Granoff, Michael. "The End of the Oil Monopoly." Ensemble video, 01:08:27. March 6, 2012. https://ensemble.dickinson.edu/Watch/rJjxDrGjWEGt898f5aew3A