- AutoblogGreen reader gears up for green-powered round-the-world drive
- Evette EV has 200-mile range and goes 60 mph
- Canadian newspaper finds wariness that oil profits will continue
- Hydrogen Engine Center proud of being a step ahead of Ford
- Increase in biodiesel use brings out the "non-traditionals"
- Detroit-area power customers can opt for "Time-of-Day" electric rates
- "Show me the money" asks farmers waiting for ethanol's cash advantage
- Brussels puts pressure on EU nations to promote green fuels
How's this for inspiring? An AutoblogGreen reader wrote in to share with us her plans to drive around the world using a biofuel- or other alternative energy-powered car. Her plan is to follow the 1965 route the authors of the book "Who Needs A Road?" took in some of the first Land Cruiser FJ40s. Sure, one of our other readers already wrote in to comment that the best thing for the environment would be to not go on the trip at all, but hey, if you're going to circumvent the globe, it's good to do it green style.