Website: http://MrEnergyCzar.com This is my Peak Oil book review of the book, Two Billion Cars, driving towards sustainability. MrEnergyCzar rating is 3 stars. As far as the cover, this is about 15 lanes going one way, the only place I can think of this being is the US Mexico border. Please comment if you know. There are about a billion trucks and cars on the road today. In 20 years we'll have 2 billion. I do not see that being possible however. The book gives a good history of the love affair with the car. The book offers solutions to get to two billion cars via innovations and low carbon fuels. I don't this can happen because it take a lot of oil to mine the elements and make the actual car. I think that Chindia, where a lot of the car growth is happening, they will add a lot more cars because they use much less oil per person. This means they can handle much higher fuel prices. In the states, we'll have less cars on the road. More scooters and bikes, but less cars.
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