If Houston takes certain steps, it can continue to be an energy capital as the world moves to a low-carbon future, experts say. Energy fellow Michelle Foss suggests that Houston lean into existing strengths, like its robust plastics industry. "Every single thing that people talk about wanting to do in some version of energy transition is going to require advanced composites, plastics, materials that are essential for being able to build things, operate things," she said. Read more at Houston Public Media.
Oct 20 2021 | Foreign Policy
Oct 19 2021 | Foreign Policy