October 31, 2006

October 2006 Digest

"Clearing the air" with biomass conversion technologies.

With the passage of the landmark Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 California is poised to take the lead in the national effort to cut greenhouse gas emissions while reducing our dependence on fossil fuels. But will Governor Schwarzenegger be able to use a carbon credits program to implement the legislation? What technologies will come into play? Will Proposition 87 spur development or just add more bureaucratic inertia? It has been an important month for renewable energy - here are some top stories:

General Topics--------------
Greenhouse Gases as Feedstock?
Terra Preta: Black is the New Green
Impact of Global Growth on Carbon Emissions
Geoplasma Answers Trash Vaporization Questions
Inventing the BIOstock Services Concept
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U.S. D.O.E.: Strategies for Reducing Greenhouse Gases
Ethanol Stocks: Survival of the Fittest

Around the Nation--------------
CALIFORNIA: Enforcing Greenhouse Gas Emissions Limits
CALIFORNIA: L.A. Solid Waste Task Force fights for Conversion Technology Reforms in Sacramento
CALIFORNIA: Air Resources Board tackles Global Warming
CALIFORNIA: L.A. Politicians Talk Clean Air
CALIFORNIA PROP 87: Bureaucracy vs. Private Enterprise
TEXAS: Fossil Fuels... and Fossil Thinking

Around the World-----------------
L.A. and U.K. Discuss Sustainable Energy

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