- In Oregon, a far left and far right legislator team up on biofuels legislation.
- The Economist reports in their "Rethinking the Axis of Oil" article about the growing alliance between defense hawks with enviro greens to completely rethink America’s energy strategy which will force the White House to play catch-up.
- "Set America Free" group combines noted liberals & conservatives with their recently published "blueprint" for Energy Security.
- Senators Larry Craig (R-ID) and Maria Cantwell (D-WA) are teaming up to get loan guarantees for the world’s first commercial scale cellulose ethanol (this process uses farm waste such as wheat straw) plant to be built in Idaho.
Monday, May 09, 2005
When a noted non-green corporation such as GE sees profit in "green" businesses, you know that profit potential is driving green businesses more than just regulation. While they aren't the first, I'm sure other corporations will take note since GE is so highly respected by their peers. I'm starting to see a trend of those historically on opposite ends of the political spectrum finding common ground surrounding clean energy...