The Environment After Sept. 11th

Will the political repercussions of the Sept. 11th attacks help the environment?

October 13, 2001, 4:00 AM PDT

By Abhijeet Chavan @http://twitter.com/legalaidtech


"The political reshuffling in the U.S. could help the environment...meanwhile an unconventional coalition of environmentalists, transit unions, public transportation agencies, and others is close to convincing Congress to invest billions in new spending for Amtrak and high-speed rail lines to improve the efficiency of the nation's transportation system, reduce energy consumption, and relieve congestion."

Thanks to Abhijeet Chavan

Thursday, October 11, 2001 in Grist Magazine

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