Daily Sprout

EU Gets Another Fuel Sipper: What’s not a hybrid, doesn’t have a plug and isn’t available in the U.S. — but gets 59 MPG? A new aerodynamic Corsa ecoFLEX from GM’s European brand, Vauxhall. — AutoblogGreen

The Problem With Carbon Capture: Carbon capture and storage could be “the longest of long shots on which to pin humanity’s hopes” for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. — Climate Progress

Ex-Wall Streeters Flock to Carbon Trading: As collapsing firms send bankers packing, the nation’s few carbon-trading shops have seen an influx of interest from ex-Wall Streeters. — NYT’s Green Inc.

No Happy Campers: Is anyone satisfied with the 932-page compromise version of the Waxman-Markey climate and energy bill? — WSJ’s Environmental Capital

Solar’s Good, Bad and Behemoth: Bechtel, Chevron and Lockheed Martin are important players in the U.S. solar industry, and with enormous balance sheets and expertise designing, building and managing complex projects, they pose a threat to pure solar players. — Greentech Media