Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Alternative Energy Daily News - June 12, 2007

  • Votes for shareholder resolutions that would force General Motors and ExxonMobil to take action on greenhouse gas emissions received record levels of support at the companies' annual meetings.

  • If people object to wind farms cluttering up the countryside, one answer might be to put them in the air instead.

  • U.S. CEOs want leadership from Washington on regulation of greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Europe's first regular passenger train service powered by bio-fuel set off on its maiden journey across Britain last Thursday with prime minister-in-waiting Gordon Brown hailing the launch for helping to combat global warming.


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