Could the global conversation about the merits of fossil fuels be wrong? Alex Epstein thinks so. His book The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels is really interesting and sets out a compelling case that fossil fuels are not merely a 'necessary evil', but are in fact a moral good- and that we should be using more of them. Way more!
Here's a link to a brief summary video of his ideas. Give it a watch:
What do you think? Is the oil industry missing a trick by not embracing the moral case for fossil fuels?