Critical List: New fuel economy standards; flat screens use less energy
Both options currently on the table for raising the debt ceiling would cut environment and energy spending.
The president will announce new fuel economy standards — cars and light-duty trucks will need to be at 54.5 miles per gallon by 2025.
The EPA is proposing the first air standards for fracking.
Flat screen TV use less than half the energy they did in 2008. The secret is just using LEDs.
Jon Huntsman believes "conservation is conservative." Maybe the next president will appoint him head of the EPA.
Consumers are starting to wonder if it's such a good idea to clean their clothes with chemicals. (We say: just wash on cold and air dry!)
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