While I haven’t yet read the book Earth the Sequel: The Race to Reinvent Energy and Stop Global Warming by Fred Krupp and Miriam Horn, would appear to be a must read as Congress contemplates action to combat climate change and we engage in a public debate about the economic costs of reducing the release of carbon into the atmosphere.  I’ve argued that the path ahead does not need to be as dire as many on the right contend.  This book would appear to support that contention.  I reserve the right to criticize the book later based on how it suggests we handle the transition from fossil fuels.