Eco-News Roundup: Friday October 30
Blue Marblish news from our other blogs, and elsewhere.
Smart Start: Obama admin announces billions to create a smart grid.
Women's Voices: Women make up half of the population, so why not half of bloggers?
Reid's Plan: Sen. Harry Reid's announced support for a public option. So what is it?
No Going Back: Pollution is so bad in China's Pearl River, it can't be undone. [MongaBay]
Expensive Jokes: Yes Men pranksters get sued by the Chamber of Commerce.
Belle of the Ball: Coal company pays for basketball player's dorm.
Driving DNA: Some people may be genetically predisposed to be bad drivers. [WIRED]
Majority Rule: A majority of Americans support cap-and-trade, a new poll shows.
Max Factor: Sen. Max Baucus threatens to hobble healthcare legislation's progress.
Tough Shot: Two HPV vaccines are on the market, re-igniting controversies. [LiveScience]
Ready to Rumble: A look inside the fake letters ACCCE sent to sway Congress members.
Scarlet Letters: ACCCE will have to answer to Congress on forged letters scandal.
Testify: ACCCE CEO claims he never opposed Waxman-Markey. But he's wrong.
Denial-ism: A new breed of pundit is in denial about denying global warming.