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Government Fuel Standards: You Can’t Have Your Cake and Eat it too

Government environmental regulations are actively working against each other, in the latest example of the unprecedented lack of leadership in the executive branch.   The Obama White House and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have each imposed contradictory regulations upon the automobile and oil industries in an attempt to reduce fuel consumption yet increase renewable fuel production.

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Government Fuel Standards: You Can’t Have Your Cake and Eat it too

Government environmental regulations are actively working against each other, in the latest example of the unprecedented lack of leadership in the executive branch.   The Obama White House and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have each imposed contradictory regulations upon the automobile and oil industries in an attempt to reduce fuel consumption yet increase renewable fuel production.

06/25/2013
Mass Transit Is Not Green Transportation

Here in Portland, Oregon, we've been something of a test lab for mass transit. Our city council, long ago (starting under then Mayor Neil Goldschmidt), threw itself wide open to federal planning experts who wished to use Portland as the template for solutions to the energy crisis of the 70s. That crisis, of course, morphed into the global warming crisis, but the goals were the same - to convince ordinary Americans that their future, and the future of all mankind, came via a trip by bus or train, not in their own car.

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Mass Transit Is Not Green Transportation

Here in Portland, Oregon, we've been something of a test lab for mass transit. Our city council, long ago (starting under then Mayor Neil Goldschmidt), threw itself wide open to federal planning experts who wished to use Portland as the template for solutions to the energy crisis of the 70s. That crisis, of course, morphed into the global warming crisis, but the goals were the same - to convince ordinary Americans that their future, and the future of all mankind, came via a trip by bus or train, not in their own car.

12/31/2012