This is a joint post with Milan Vaishnav, and Danny Cutherell On December 8th, CGD hosted its first Pakistan study group meeting since the release of its June 2011 report on the US development strategy in Pakistan.
The US Department of Energy (DOE) has extended the closing date for the Request for Information (RFI) on Total Costs of Ownership of Future Light-Duty Vehicles (DE-FOA-0000592, earlier post). Responses should be emailed to TCORFI@go.doe.gov by 11:59 p.m. ET on 30 January 2012. The RFI is a joint effort of the Fuel Cell Technologies Program (FCTP), Vehicle Technologies Program (VTP), and Biomass Program (OBP) within DOE-EERE.
Next week we will be bringing you live coverage from the greenest auto show in history, the 2012 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, which is expected to offer up dozens of green car reveals.
The video at the end of this post is a rare and engaging inside peek at two planning workshops in the small, historic city of Belfast (population 6658) and the town of Lincolnville (population 2042), both in Maine. The most...
In winter, a blue sky day is the ideal time to appreciate trees, both native and exotic, with ornamental bark. Some like crape myrtle, kousa dogwoods and Stewartia species (shown here) offer not only handsome bark that shines in winter but beautiful blooms too, during the growing season. And certain trees like the native American sycamore or the crape myrtle 'Natchez' look good no matter what the season.
Looking back on the extraordinary events of 2011, it's difficult to recall a more precarious time for the world's poorest people, but it's important also to acknowledge that great progress was made this year in galvanising international political will towards the elimination of global hunger.
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