Eco-News Roundup: Tuesday, September 29
What's up in environmental news here at Mother Jones and elsewhere:
Corn con: Think corn-state representatives won big last week when the EPA said pending biofuels rules will reflect "uncertainty" around indirect emissions from land-use change related to biofuel production? Not quite.
Digging for health care dirt: Two investigative pieces make the case for health care reform.
Green labels are Greek to consumers: With more than 400 labels on the market, shoppers don't quite know what to make of all their eco options. [Treehugger]
Greener continents: Elisabeth Rosenthal on why Europe is better at conserving than America [Yale Environment 360]
Another one bites the dust: The largest electric utility company in the US vows that it will not renew its membership in the Chamber of Commerce because of its opposition to global warming action.