Few subjects have generated such heated debate or prolonged public discussion as have the energy problems of recent years. Because of the United States' highly industrialized, energy intensive economy, and huge consumption of energy per capita (six times the world average), the economy has become highly vulnerable to foreign energy producers. In Florida the problem is particularly acute since the major income producing activities of the state - agriculture, construction, and tourism - are high energy demanding industries.



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