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I write a lot on this blog about tackling global warming and expanding green tech. So I wanted to shine a spotlight on a clean energy solution that is rising out of the New Mexican desert right now.
2007 was the year that America’s business pages turned green. Everybody wanted to get into the act. Companies from well-known leaders like Whole Foods and Toyota to historical laggards GM and ExxonMobil were touting their plans to save the planet.
On Leap Day, EPA announced a giant leap of logic. EPA finally released its explanation for denying California permission to implement its landmark Clean Cars program to cut global warming pollution from tailpipes.
So last night I caught the classic film, “A Man for All Seasons,” about Sir Thomas More’s principled refusal to take orders from King Henry VIII. There was a character in there who reminded me of EPA Administrator Stephen Johnson – and it wasn’t Sir Thomas More.