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in chapter six of contemporary enviromental issues, the past century has been referred to as the Age of oil. As we reach a possible peak in oil production, what alternative, are forming? Consider the role of OPEC, perhaps,in reorganizing and monitoring oil production. What do you think is themost viable way to addressafter effects of this possible peak?

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