When CO2 doesn’t matter

When CO2 doesn't matter. It's wild and windy in the Sierra Nevadas. Usually, I talk about automobiles and energy, but today the power is out and the winds are blowing over 50 mph, gusting they say up to 75 mph. The winds started last night and we knew it was going to be a bad [...]

Congress vs. States over CAFE: EPA vs. CARB

Fourteen states are fed up with Congress not enacting a CAFE regulation and are taking matters into their own hands. It looked hopeful for a while, the Dems coming into office and taking over, but then reality set in. “The” election is just 18 months away and playing for votes has already begun. What should [...]

Tom Cackette, CARB deputy on GHG and E85

California Air Resources Board (CARB) Tom Cackette, Chief Deputy Executive Officer, California Environmental Protection Agency Air Resources Board (CARB) talked to Lou Ann Hammond, CEO, www.drivingthenation.com, about the October 24, 2007 deadline for the Federal EPA to give California a waiver to reduce greenhouse gas emissions or be sued. Cackette also addressed the issue of [...]