November 30, 2010 - Mark Zoback examines the future implications of the oil spill, the need for energy resources that drive oil exploration, as well as reform necessary to avoid similar catastrophes. Meg Caldwell discusses the unique environment of the Gulf of Mexico and the challenges inherent n creating a regulatory process that works there.
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