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Monday, June 1, 2009

Tuesday Bullets

From Climate Progress: "Europe made a major commitment under the Kyoto protocol that U.S. conservatives have been telling us for years they would never achieve. It now seems clear they will meet their commitment under the terms of the protocol. It will become increasingly difficult for those who don’t want a U.S. cap-and-trade system to point to the European Trading System ETS) as an obvious failure."

Waxman-Markey is going to get changed. Again and again and again.

India wants US $upport from Copenhagen on climate change.

Software as a service company helps businesses reduce greenhouse emissions — and be more energy efficient. Customers include Coca-cola and (surprise, surprise) the city of Palo-Alto.

Volvo presses the gas on its plans for a plug-in hybrid.

VA’s GOP Gubernatorial candidate talks about energy, fails: "On energy, our opponents will say NO to offshore drilling, NO to clean coal, NO to nuclear, and NO to the new jobs and investment that come with it. When it comes to promoting energy independence: They’ll just say NO, we’ll just say YES!" Not quite, "Yes we can..."

First quarter funding for renewable energy in Asia fell 70%
due to credit crunch, recession, drop in oil prices.

Don’t call it a comeback — wood is getting back into the energy mix.

China invests $14.6 billion to double wind power capacity by 2010.

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