The climate crisis is no longer a prediction about the future, but an experience of the present. It also has a past, and in order to imagine what will come next we need to understand how we got here. While primarily concerned with the U.S. in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries—the era of petro-intensive growth in the country that consumes 30% of the earth’s resources for 5% of its population--our inquiry will require explicit reflection on the longer historical roots of energy use and the global framework of resource extraction.
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