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Germany's Transatlantic Climate Bridge
Old 12-18-2009, 07:35 PM   #1
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Germany's Transatlantic Climate Bridge

On PBS tonight, I saw an intriguing commercial for the "Transatlantic Climate Bridge". Given the big fizzle that was Copehagen, I Googled it and found a surprising number of hits for something that sounds very promising.

The official website is here, but I found an excellent article here that offers a more thorough explanation. (Scroll down to the 2nd article.)

I watch PBS every night and this is the first time I've seen their promo spot. Interesting timing. It's unfortunate that in this issue, the US has chosen to be followers - looks like most of the innovation, progress and profits from renewables will belong to other nations, not us.

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Old 12-18-2009, 08:37 PM   #2
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I'm not getting the buzz. It is another conference series about being green. I'm not being a wiseacre--what did you see about it that caught your eye?

Copenhagen was great-looks like minimum damage occured. I only hope that Hillary was just kidding about the $100B. We've pumped enough resources into third world countries to know that the recipients are generally worse off for it.

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