Ripple effects of lower gasoline prices change consumers’ attitudes from conservation to energy independence, new UT poll shows.
Recent surveys reveal a lack of understanding about energy issues among the American public, says Sheril Kirshenbaum, director of the UT Energy Poll.
Shell companies are common havens for criminals involved in money laundering, drug trafficking, and even terrorism. The U.S. is among the top offenders.
As energy-efficient products become more cost effective, more Americans are making an effort to use less energy at home. Has conservation gone mainstream?