It is a nice feedback! Brazil, the Netherlands, Tanzania, etc have received credits for this under Kyoto. As long as total avoidance of waste is impractical, such renewable energy means should be encouraged and technologically supported by R & D.
I was reading your discussion topic and I just wanted to add that there is a new movie coming out called FUEL. This is an award winning documentary about America's addiction to fuel and poses some alternative fuel solutions. I know that urban waste is a possibility discussed in the film. If you would like to check it out you can go to www.thefuelfilm.com. FUEL is opening in LA and Santa Monica this weekend and you can check the website for show times. If you are not in the area, I highly recommend seeing this film when it does reach a theater near you.
While a pregnant woman is in labor, we know that something new and lovely is coming out from her to the world.
Last year, this self centered laypeople from Oil producing countries(like OPEC), instigated and engrossed the World into the unforgettable mess smoldering till now, by just increasing their monopolized but naturally endowed resources for whatever reasons they think. Yes, today they are paying their price for their catastrophic effects on us! Of course, the superior video you recommended is one hope. We will expect more from this dynamic generation; fair enough, the technology makes our life easier and simpler not as the greedy groups assume.