Roundup 12/1: Liquid Gold Edition

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has put off a controversial decision on whether to allow a greater percentage of ethanol to be mixed into U.S. fuels.
Scientists Mike Hulme and Jerome Ravitz are calling for reform of scientists' practices in the wake of Climategate. 
In a press call with reporters, Natural Resource Defense Council President Frances Beinecke said that the new greenhouse target from China was "a game changer" despite criticism that it amounts to little more than business as usual.
PEPFAR, the U.S. AIDS program "is about to provide less money and oversight to the developing world—and that's a good thing," Newsweek says.

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