- A January 2007 settlement agreement intended to reduce the number of bird deaths from wind turbines at Altamont Pass, California is failing.
- U.S. consumers will have to say goodbye to inexpensive household light bulbs according to the provisions of the new federal energy bill.
- Powered by a wave of public outrage, California citizens have forced regulators to abandon plans to control thermostat settings in private homes.
- New York City is feeling the biting effects of anti-chemical laws as a bedbug epidemic has infested every part of the city.
Also in this issue: wind power, carbon dioxide regulation, bee colony collapse, gas taxes, hurricanes, carbon dioxide emissions, climate change, and organic farming.
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