Quite the big news day. Below, a number of interesting articles from today's New York Times
From the Front Page, a biggie:
"Carbon Calculus" A proposal in Congress to put a price tag on greenhouse-gas emissions could overturn the economics of energy Article Here.
Salt Lake city finds that sound environmental policy has emerged as a central organizing principle of the city's economic growth. Article Here.
On Staten Island, a boggy green break in one of the city's most industrialized stretches of waterfront is being preserved. Article Here.
For decades, Japan pursued economic development at all costs, but in an effort to protect the environment it is aiming to reverse destruction along the Kushiro River. Article Here.
Mum's the Word: We Found a Greener Gas. What's greener than HFCs for refrigeration? Carbon dioxide. Enter a public relations problem. Article Here.
The United States is the fastest-growing market in the world for wind power. Despite a patchwork of laws and regulations, many European energy companies would like to plant their windmills here. Article Here.
Fiji Water plans to become carbon negative -- that is, to more than make up for the greenhouse gases released in the creation, transportation and sales of its product. Article Here.