Arnold sparks revolutionary energy plan

In the state's biggest, immediate step toward cutting global warming pollution, Gov. Schwarzenegger on Tuesday began shifting California's 26 million cars and trucks off petroleum-based fuels and toward alternatives that emit less greenhouse gas.

The governor said his new, greenhouse-gas standard for transportation fuels -- the world's first -- "leads us away from fossil fuel" and would help "in moving the entire country beyond debate, denial and ... Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by Mike LaBonte - Jan 11, 2007 - 8:19 PM PST
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Michael D. Lowe
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by Michael D. Lowe - Oct. 1, 2008

We have heard the contrary opinions all to often for the last six years. What's really interesting about this article is that the states, in the face of no federal action, are beginning to mandate their own energy policies to address the various problems of our current energy systems. Arnold keeps suprising me. Industry quotes are interesting as well.

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Mike LaBonte
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by Mike LaBonte - Oct. 1, 2008

At first this article seems totally one-sided. But it is very difficult to find articles taking an opposing view. Fails to state that the change was conveyed as an executive order. Mostly direct quotes from a good set of sources.

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