Amory Lovins, cofounder of the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) and coauthor of "Winning the Oil Endgame
," a Pentagon-cofunded blueprint for making the United States oil-free, will address attendees at the 2008 JSEM Conference
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Before he agrees to send 30,000 troops, he wants to know what the mission and the endgame
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Obviously, the Los Angeles-based sculptor is not alone in his search for an ideological loophole that might enable a return to theoretically rigorous production without engaging its earlier endgame
Gupta crushed the Budapest Gambit of GM Viktor Moskalenko of Spain in 41 moves, while Sengupta beat GM Arman Pashikian of Armenia in a marathon 79-move Rook and Pawn endgame
and Gopal needed only 29 moves to crush the Caro Kann defence of compatriot IM Shardul Gagare.
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ATTEMPTS to forge a road map for a new international climate change agreement are entering the endgame
today amid accusations the US is trying to wreck the deal.