Nissan LEAF: Instead of Engine Choices, People Might Have Battery Choices

November 17, 2009 by  
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Photo: Nissan Bigger Battery Optional, Instead of Bigger Engine With gasoline and diesel powered vehicles, one of the biggest option choices facing buyers is engine size. 4 cylinders

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GOP Ramps Up Attacks on Dems Who Support Clean Energy Reform for 2010 Elections

November 17, 2009 by  
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Photo via the AP, by Pablo Martinez Monsivais Republicans on the Anti-Energy Reform Warpath for 2010 This unfortunate headline caught my eye in today’s GreenWire: Political Fallout of Vote for Climate Bill Tested in House Race in N.M. Turns out a well known Republican politician is preparing to try to take his seat back in the House of Reps–by focusing squarely on the fact that his opponent, Democratic incumbent Harry Teague voted for the climate bill

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CO2 Emissions Rose 2% in 2008, Despite Recession – We’re On Target for 6°C Temperature Rise

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photo: Steve via flickr. Here are two sobering thoughts: 1) New research shows that despite last year’s global recession total CO2 emissions still climbed 2% in 2008; and, 2) the Global Carbon Project adds, without strong action in Copenhagen we won’t be able to stabilize temperatures in “a smooth and organized way” and that its

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