Critical List: U.S. solar files complaint against China; crayon sculpture melts in Texas heat
American solar companies filed a trade complaint against China for dumping cheap solar panels in the U.S. market.
California could pass cap-and-trade.
Adrian Grenier from Entourage is opening a pop-up gallery in L.A. that focuses on sustainable living.
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection has to be the worst environmental regulatory body in the country. It just gave permission to one natural gas company to stop providing clean water to people whose wells were contaminated with methane. The company claims that water's fine; residents say it's still gross, milky, and methane-filled.
Before signing mortgages on properties with gas leases, some banks are requiring that gas companies agree to pay for any devaluation from fracking.
One Texas artist dealt with the Texas drought by making goopy, graceful sculptures out of crayons, which are already melting in the heat.
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