Except on the "Green Power" page, the four most innovative green companies that they can find in the world:
Sunpower, which might make a Top 40 List at TreeHugger: "Acquiring installation specialist PowerLight gives SunPower total command of the solar food chain, from R&D; to rooftop. The plan is to shear overall system costs in half, enough to let sunshine compete head-on with cheap coal-fired grid power."
Then Toyota, paying attention to the least green thing they have done in years: "How about a buff Tundra CrewMax truck - with a dashboard nav screen that also displays the view from a tailgate-mounted camera - to tow your groovy Prius? Toyota doesn't confine all that cool tech to little green geekmobiles."
and then they just fall of the edge with Exelon: "Emission caps? Carbon taxes? No worries when two-thirds of the 25,000 megawatts you produce are atom-powered. Exelon is aiming to build the first new US reactor in a generation. Now, if Uncle Sam would kindly figure out where to stash spent nuclear fuel."
and horror of horrors: Monsanto for making bioengineered corn for ethanol. "Frankencorn engineered for ethanol production is so 2006. Bring on the trans-fat-free soybeans! After years of fighting cultural headwinds, Monsanto is finally figuring out how to go with the flow. Climate-change special: drought-tolerant corn."