Critical List: Judge nixes California’s low-carbon fuel standard; mystery foam attacks England
A federal judge put the kibosh on California's low-carbon fuel standard, which favors fuels that create fewer emissions to make and which, according to the judge, discriminates against out-of-state fuel producers.
On carbon credit markets, credits cost way less than they should.
China is moving forward on a plan to build a gigantic dam on the Yangtze River.
Mystery foam attacks a town in northern England. It's sort of like The Blob, only fluffy.
How to take composting to the metaphysical plane.
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