Seems you can never milk a famous dead celebrity enough. In a recent New York Times article on the opening of a biodiesel plant in Aberdeen, Washington (Kurt Cobain's home town). The writer spends a lot of time comparing Cobain's tortured life with the town's tough economic condition. The solution? Biodiesel, of course.

In more current news, the political landscape in America continues to shift with Democrat Barbara Boxer set to take over the U.S. Senate Environmental Public Works Committee. Boxer is a biofuel proponent and is likely to use the California laws that cap greenhouse gases as some sort of models when she's working on global warming, air quality and toxic waste issues. Read more at AutoblogGreen.

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