John Kemp is a Reuters market analyst. The views expressed are his own
By John Kemp
LONDON Feb 15 (Reuters) – President Barack Obama’s policy on energy and climate change remains inscrutable, full of strategic ambiguity, which probably suits him just fine.
The soaring rhetoric in his State of the Union address – “for the sake of children and our future we must do more to combat climate change” – masks a more complicated, some would say pragmatic, approach to the role of clean technology and fossil fuels in meeting future energy demands while curbing greenhouse gases.