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Christopher Steiner

Special Guest

Biography:

Christopher Steiner is a civil engineer and a staff writer at Forbes magazine. The concept for his book "$20 Per Gallon" was conceived of when he wondered, simply, how will our lives change in a future of higher gas prices? Steiner, who who regularly writes on energy, technology and innovation, researched the question. His examination roamed from Manhattan tunnels to desert plane graveyards to organic farm fields and manifested in his book, which breaks down our future and its coming changes in terms of dollars per gallon.

Before his first reporting job at the Chicago Tribune, Steiner worked as a civil-environmental engineer in San Francisco and Park City, Utah. He holds degrees from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Northwestern University.

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Gas Prices, Society, & Technology

Author, engineer and staff writer for Forbes Magazine, Christopher Steiner discussed how the rising price of gasoline could be a good thing for American society, which could be restructured in positive ways. In the first hour, author William Gladstone talked about techniques for developing abundance and happiness in one's life. ... More »

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