As images of spreading oil plumes, devastated Gulf Coast communities, and dead seabirds fill our TV screens, it’s easy to warp back and forth between a sense of futility and an urge to assign responsibility for the Deepwater Horizon catastrophe. There’s blame enough to go around—for BP’s epic negligence and for the decades of deregulation that enabled it. But beyond blame, there’s work to be done. And some of this effort needs to be focused on any conference that relies on fossil fuels, ...

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