In a column on a climate conference held by the Energy and Resources Institute in New Delhi, Thomas Friedman writes:
The U.S. Embassy and the Chinese Embassy are both located on Panchsheel, directly across from each other. They asked me to check out the rooftops of each embassy. What do I notice? Let’s see … The U.S. Embassy’s roof is loaded with antennae and listening gear. The Chinese Embassy’s roof is loaded with … new Chinese-made solar hot-water heaters.
Whose priorities are right? Read Friedman’s column to see what some young American activists were doing in India, with the help of Indian engineering.