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Global warming news round-up

  • Wired Magazine

    briefs us on a new

    Stanford study that reveals wind power’s potential to provide over 5 times the world’s energy needs.

  • San Jose Mercury News

    describes Schwarzenegger’s proposal to $54 million into hydrogen fuel and vehicle subsidy programs.

  • GE CEO Jeffrey Immelt announces a commitment to limiting greenhouse gas emissions (via

    Washington Post). Also see

    this related

    New York Times op-ed.

  • 132 U.S. mayors pledge to reduce emissions beyond Kyoto levels (via

    Washington Post).

  • EPA is considering review of mileage calculations (via

    CNN). TerraPass is following this story closely, but will stick to the current EPA numbers until the agency completes a formal review.

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