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Energy economics

Corn ethanol is squeezing out greener technologies. We need low-carbon fuel standards instead.
To the annals of market manias and regulatory follies, a new chapter is being added: The Great Ethanol Bubble of 2008. It is possible that someday a fuel made from a cheap, abundant, renewable crop

Congress is pushing another shale sham

Perhaps it's too much to expect that senators from other states would pay attention to what is actually happening in the oil shale world today as they blather about increasing U.S. oil production. But we had hopes that Colorado's own Sen. Wayne Allard would know the score.
Apparently

Maine Salmon Suit

Agencies Stall on Endangered Listing

PORTLAND, Maine %C3%A2%E2%82%AC%C2%B9 Today the Center for Biological Diversity, Friends
of Merrymeeting Bay, and a Maine river activist filed suit against
the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration Fisheries

The gospel according to Ron Gillett

Here's my interview with Ron, as published in Audubon.
Best,
Ted

Lionizing Sundles as a martyr for its righteous cause is the Idaho Anti-Wolf Coalition which distributes bumper stickers that read: "Save Idaho's Wildlife, Kill Wolves." And it offers instruction on how to violate