Budgets Falling in Race to Fight Global Warming





By ANDREW C. REVKIN, NY Times.



“Houston,” Charles F. Kutscher, chairman of the Solar 2006 conference, concluded in a twist on the line from Apollo 13, “we have a solution.”



Hold the applause. For all the enthusiasm about alternatives to coal and oil, the challenge of limiting emissions of carbon dioxide, which traps heat, will be immense in a world likely to add 2.5 billion people by midcentury, a host of other experts say. Moreover, most of those people will live in countries like China and India, which are just beginning to enjoy an electrified, air-conditioned mobile society.



The challenge is all the more daunting because research into energy technologies by both government and industry has not been rising, but rather falling.



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