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Just finished Chapter 4 of "Energy and American Society - Thirteen Myths." The chapter is titled "Energy Myth three - High land requirements and an unfavorable energy balance preclude biomass ethanol from playing a large role in pro
Today, I spoke at the Soil and Water Conservation Society's annual conference as part of panel during the conference's main plenary session. Here is a quick summary of what the panel covered and my reaction.
When people take the time to learn the details of how producing biofuels from cellulosic biomass is expected to work, they often raise good questions about the anticipated use of genetically modified organisms. For example, JM (actually that's Dr.
The car gods smiled on me this morning on the way to work. First I saw my first Smart Car tucked, I mean parked cutely on a corner where any other car would have gotten a ticket.
Thanks to Vickie Patton over at Environmental Defense for this information.
NRDC and the Electric Power Research Institute participated in a National Press Club event this morning to release 2 reports on the environmental impact of plug-in hybrids.