Today: five servings of green news. Tomorrow: five servings of pumpkin pie (amirite?). Have a great Thanksgiving!*
- Al Gore isn’t making any friends in the ethanol industry– he says his earlier support for corn-based ethanol subsidies was “a mistake.” (Green)
- The electric Nissan LEAF gets some pretty serious “gas” (charge) mileage. (EcoGeek)
- Did the Copenhagen climate talks accomplish anything? A new report says yes, maybe a little bit. (Christian Science Monitor)
- The Tea Party’s latest target: sustainable development. (Mother Jones, via Grist)
- Reusing vs. hoarding: why it’s sometimes good to actually get rid of stuff. (Treehugger)
*Programming note: We’re taking a break from CGM on Thursday and Friday to celebrate the holiday, and you should, too. See you on Monday!
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