In the past few months, we've gotten a few tips from AutoblogGreen reader Sarah Turner (she's written in about Stirling Engines and biodiesel producer Global Commodities going out of business). Now she's tipped us off about something a little closer to her heart: her personal quest to drive around the world in an alternatively-powered vehicle. Turner is basing her journey on the 1965 drive by two Americans in one of the first Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40s that is recounted in the book "Who Needs A R
Following up on yesterday's post about Global Commodities, the UK biofuel producer, going out of business, AutoblogGreen reader Sarah Turner points us to a bit of news that helps explain why the company – which has been so optimistic about changing the world through biofuels – is no more.
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