Critical List: Energy panel supports fracking disclosure; Walmart's move to wind power
An Energy Department panel wants to require natural gas companies to disclose what chemicals they're using in hydrofracking projects.
Green groups have an idea for how to cut the country's debt: stop subsidies to oil and gas companies.
But (of course!) most of the members of the Super Congress are opposed to regulating greenhouse-gas emissions.
Michelle Bachmann liked the EPA just fine when she was requesting money from it.
The Dutch government ran a pilot project that meter private cars and charges drivers based on the miles they rack up. The program basically makes every roll a toll road, but it hasn't been implemented countrywide because of political opposition.
Two Walmarts in Canada are now powered by wind.
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