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Bush Urges NATO Enlargement, More Troops for Afghanistan布什敦促北约东扩和在阿富汗增兵  As NATO leaders gathered in Romania for summit talks, U.S. President George W. Bush urged the alliance to continue to expand eastward and to increase its presence in Afghanistan. In a speech in Bucharest, Mr. Bush laid out his NATO policy. 北约领导人聚集在罗马尼亚参加北约首脑会议,与此同时,美国总统布什敦促北约继续向东扩大其区域范围,并增加北约驻阿富汗的军队。布什总统在布加勒斯特发表的一次讲话中展示了他的北约政策。As he prepared to attend his final NATO summit, President Bush outlined his goals for the alliance. 美国总统布什做好准备参加他在总统任期内的最后一次北约首脑会议,并且给北约列出了他的一些目标。In a speech to a group of security experts, broadcast live on Romanian television, he touched on familiar themes: the benefits of NATO expansion, the terrorist threat and the importance of the NATO military operation in Afghanistan. 布什总统给一个安全专家小组发表了讲话,罗马尼亚电视台对这次讲话进行了现场直播。布什在讲话中提到几个人们熟悉的话题:扩大北约组织的好处、恐怖分子的威胁以及北约军队在阿富汗采取军事行动的重要性。Mr. Bush noted that during his time in office NATO has expanded to include new members from the Baltics to the Black Sea. He said Ukraine and Georgia should be given a chance. 布什总统指出,在他执政期间,北约组织扩大了其成员范围,包括增加了从波罗的海到黑海范围内的新的成员国。他说,乌克兰和格鲁吉亚也应该得到这样一个机会。"Here in Bucharest, we must make clear that NATO welcomes the aspirations of Georgia and Ukraine for their membership in NATO and offers them a clear path forward to meet that goal," he said. 布什说:“我们在布加勒斯特必须把这件事说清楚,北约欢迎格鲁吉亚和乌克兰加入北约组织,并且为他们实现这个目标提供一条明确的途径。”But Russia is vehemently opposed. And France and Germany suggest now may not be the time to start the process of bringing the two former Soviet republics into the alliance. 但是,俄罗斯对此表示强烈反对。法国和德国说,现在还不是启动让两个前苏联共和国加入北约组织成员过程的时候。Differences may also be looming at the summit over NATO troop levels in Afghanistan. In his speech, President Bush said more forces are needed. 这次北约首脑会议在北约驻阿富汗军队人数问题上也出现了一些意见分歧。布什总统在他的讲话中说,需要增加驻阿富汗的军队人数。"Afghanistan needs security, and that is what NATO is helping to provide," he said.布什说:“阿富汗需要更多的安全部队,北约正在帮助提供这些安全部队。”Later, Mr. Bush met with Romanian President Traian Basescu at his presidential retreat on the Black Sea. 布什总统晚些时候与罗马尼亚总统伯塞斯库在罗马尼亚总统在黑海的度假地举行了会晤。At a joint news conference, he cited Romania's commitment to Afghanistan and again urged the alliance to bolster the current 47,000-troop level. 布什总统在一个联合新闻发布会上提到罗马尼亚致力于阿富汗的军队部署,同时再次敦促北约持目前驻阿富汗的4万7千名军队数量。"We expect our NATO allies to shoulder the burden necessary to succeed," he said. 布什总统说:“我们期望北约同盟国共同担负起战争胜利所需要的重担。”President Basescu picked up the theme. 罗马尼亚总统伯塞斯库也谈到了这个问题。"Any lack of success of NATO in Afghanistan will diminish dramatically the credibility of our organization," he said. 他说:“北约在阿富汗造成的任何失败都将严重影响北约的信用。”The two returned to Bucharest shortly before the summit began. Mr. Bush conferred privately with NATO Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer before joining other alliance leaders for an official working dinner.  布什和伯塞斯库在北约首脑会议开始前不久返回布加勒斯特。布什总统在和北约秘书长夏侯雅伯私下会晤后,和其他北约领导人共进了工作晚餐。Both the president and the secretary-general predicted positive summit outcomes on Afghanistan and plans to put a missile defense system in Europe. 布什和夏侯雅伯都预计,这次峰会将在阿富汗问题上产生积极成果。双方还计划在欧洲建立一个导弹防御系统。"I am, like you, optimistic that this is going to be a very successful summit," he said. 布什说:“我和你一样乐观,相信这次峰会能够取得成功。”At the end of the week, Russian President Vladimir Putin will join the NATO summit for a discussion of issues of keen interest to Moscow, most notably missile defense. 俄罗斯总统普京将于本星期末参加这次北约首脑会议,讨论有关俄罗斯的关键利益问题,很明显,这主要指的是导弹防御问题。President Bush will also meet privately with Mr. Putin on Sunday at his home in Sochi - a Russian resort town on the Black Sea, just across from Romania. Mr. Bush says he expects it will be a frank discussion, noting they will be meeting for the last time before Vladimir Putin leaves office in May.  布什总统将于星期天在普京总统在索契的家中私下会晤普京。俄罗斯度假城镇索契座落在黑海上,位于罗马尼亚对面。布什说,他期望这次会谈将是真诚的。布什还指出,他们两人还将于今年5月普京总统离任之前举行最后一次会晤。200804/33228Afghanistan Says Foreign Agency Had Role in Indian Embassy Bombing阿富汗称外国机构策划阿炸弹袭击 Pakistan's government is denying it played a role in Monday's suicide bomb attack on India's embassy in Afghanistan. But Afghan officials say it is "pretty obvious" who was behind the attack. 巴基斯坦政府否认,它在星期一对印度驻阿富汗大使馆发动的自杀式炸弹袭击中起了任何作用。但是阿富汗官员说,这次袭击的幕后策划者是谁“非常明显”。A day after a massive suicide car bomb attack killed more than 40 people and wounded scores more outside India's diplomatic mission in Kabul, a spokesman for President Hamid Karzai said investigators believe that a foreign intelligence agency was behind it.  阿富汗总统发言人哈米德扎达星期二说,调查人员相信,一个外国情报机构是这次袭击的幕后策划者。星期一,印度驻喀布尔大使馆外遭到一个威力巨大的自杀式汽车炸弹的袭击,造成40多人死亡,150多人受伤。Humayun Hamidzada said that although the investigation is still continuing, officials believe they aly have evidence that the attack had significant foreign support. 哈米德扎达说,虽然调查仍在进行中,但是有关官员相信他们已经获得据,显示袭击得到了充分的外国持。"The sophistication of this attack and the kind of material that was used in it and the specific targeting - everything has the hallmark of a particular intelligence agency that has conducted similar terrorist acts inside Afghanistan in the past," he said. 他说:“这次袭击的周密性、使用的材料以及特定的目标等,都带有某个情报机构的特征,而这个机构过去曾在阿富汗进行类似的恐怖袭击。”In June, Afghan officials accused Pakistan's spy agency of being directly involved in April's assassination attempt against President Karzai. But at a news conference in Kabul, Hamidzada refused to directly blame Pakistan in the bombing targeting its historical rival India. 今年6月阿富汗有关官员指责巴基斯坦特工直接卷入了4月份企图暗杀阿富汗总统卡尔扎伊的行动。但是在喀布尔举行的一个新闻记者会上,哈米德扎达拒绝直接指责巴基斯坦针对其宿敌印度进行爆炸。"We believe firmly that there is a particular intelligence agency behind it. I am not going to name it anymore. I think it is pretty obvious," he said. 他说:“我们坚信,某个外国情报机构是这次袭击的幕后策划者。我不会指名说出这个情报机构。我认为,一切都很明显了。”Pakistani officials have strongly denied the government was involved in the Karzai assassination attempt or the Indian embassy bombing. The head of Pakistan's Interior Ministry, Rehman Malik, told a group of reporters in Islamabad that no part of the government played any role in the bombing.  巴基斯坦有关官员强烈否认巴基斯坦政府卷入暗杀阿富汗总统卡尔扎伊和炸印度驻阿富汗大使馆的行动。巴基斯坦内政部长马利克在伊斯兰堡对记者们说,巴基斯坦政府没有任何部门在爆炸袭击中扮演任何角色。He said Pakistan does not involve itself in such acts because it is not in its interest. He said that for Pakistanis, a safe Afghanistan is a guarantee for a safe Pakistan. 他说,巴基斯坦不会卷入这种行径,因为这不符合它的利益。他说,对于巴基斯坦来说,一个安全的阿富汗是一个安全的巴基斯坦的保。Pakistan's top intelligence agency, called the ISI, had fostered close ties with Afghanistan's Taliban government until 2001. Pakistan officially turned against its ally before the U.S.-led invasion of Afghanistan. Since then Pakistan has been praised as a partner in the war against terrorism.  巴基斯坦最高情报机构“国内情报局”在2003年以前同阿富汗塔利班政府的关系密切。在美国领导的盟军攻打阿富汗之前,巴基斯坦正式同其盟友阿富汗反目为敌。从那以来,巴基斯坦一直被称赞为反恐战争的夥伴。But in recent years, continuing attacks by Taliban militants in Afghanistan and Pakistan have strained relations between the two countries and raised questions about whether Pakistan's intelligence agency truly cut all ties with its former Taliban allies. 但是近年来,塔利班激进分子在阿富汗和巴基斯坦持续发动袭击,导致巴基斯坦和阿富汗的关系紧张。外界不禁怀疑,巴基斯坦情报机构是否真正切断了同前塔利班盟友的所有关系。200807/43677superfluous ———— 没必要的(形容词)英文释义 (adjective) Unnecessary; exceeding what is needed or desirable; serving no important purpose.例句 The airplane we will take for our journey over the mountains is filled with cargo and passengers, so we cannot take any superfluous baggage.我们将要乘坐的、飞越这些山脉的飞机载满了货物和乘客,所以我们无法带多余的行李了。 /201606/450533Caitlin Friedman and Kimberly Yorio offer advice on being a smart chick-in-charge in their new book: The Girl's Guide to Being a Boss Without Being a Bitch. Yes, we can say that on morning television I've been told. Good morning. Thrill liberating. Good morning to both of you, nice to have you here.Right. Those women need our book. Terrible.Absolutely. Why is it that women when they get into a position of power when they become the boss or become leaders they tend to be viewed as the bitch?Well, we think there's two reasons. The first is, it's really unfair that in the workplace people expect women to be emotionally there for them. It's all, you know, you would never take your personal problems to a male boss, but you, you do take them to a woman boss because women are nurturing just that's what women do.You expect them to understand.Exactly.The issues with their kids or whatever.Right, and the other thing is there haven't been any positive women role, I mean,( there haven't been. ) There are very few positive women role models out there. Especially look all the movies, they say you know, woman are just crazy lunatics when they get a little power and so we try to do in the book is show people how to do it a little bit better.And we'll get to some of that in a minute but why, why are the roles so different, Caitlin, for men and women when they do become the boss?Well, I think like Kim said(Kim, short for Kimberly), I think it really has to do with the lack of role models. I mean, when we were growing up and coming into the professional environment. We had really tough women bosses but they had learnt from men. So we think that women need to be able to manage, the way they are comfortable in managing.What's number one, number one mistake women are making?I think the number one mistake women are making is that they're, they're trying to do something the way that's not comfortable for them. You know, you, you really need to be firm and fair. You need to know what your employees need from you before you just sort of like set out these blanket things. The other thing is, I think, that if you are emotional once in a workplace, our favorite "Sex and the City" is when Charlotte cries, you know(And then she is the crier from then on)(Charlotte is a crier) She cried once in ten years. And that's what happens to women, you know, they get stuck with these bad raps and we think that, you know, what you need to do is really try to be as firm and fair as possible.Is there no place for emotion than in a workplace?Well, we don't think there is. (No) I mean we think that you can be yourself, which is, you know, kind and supportive, warm and giving, but not, you know, crying and screaming. (temptation) beating people, I mean, how many women did we interview for this book and they all said oh this woman screamed at me and threw something at me.Wait, we have one crazy story that didn't make it into the book. A woman, a woman said that she was a publicist and she...the owner of company's assistant was gaining weight. So she brought a scale into work and put it in her office and said, oh I don't think that you've noticed how much weight you are gaining so I brought you this scale. I mean that figure is just nuts...Wow,(that sounds crazy). so let's, let's talk about practical advice. How women can avoid some of these, beat these bad behaviors that will keep them from being labeled a bitch. First you say the bad boss behavior-insecurities rule. I mean do women when they become the boss, do they tend to not really feel it right way?What kind of ....?I think a lot of women are uncomfortable with leadership positions. I mean, men too, but I think that women in particular and that can bring insecurity.Gender discrimination. Do, do women tend to favor men in a workplace?Yeah, unfortunately, we think that there is definitely internalized sexism that goes on. I mean we come from publishing and even they, male assistants would get sort of more floor time during meetings. We think that we really want...Why is that? I mean why can't women relate with their co-workers or if they're the boss and, and why can't they, you know, just give them the power they need?Well, we are not sure why, but we think it'll change. You know, we think that with books like this, and with the fact that, you know, more women are in a workplace everyday that it will change because there's just, I mean, just by sheer numbers.So, some keys to being a better manager, you say, provide clear vision, support your staff, be a mentor.Absolutely. We, we really think it's...the, the women's responsibility when they are in leadership positions to be more mentor than manager.We could talk about this all day because a lot of us have worked with women and they're just interested in how it starts. Everybody has a story.Caitlin Friedman and Kimberly Yorio, again, thanks so much for the great advice(thank you so much). And you can an excerpt from The Girl's Guide to Being a Boss on our website at today.msnbc.com. 200809/48544

Cheney Holds Talks With Palestinian Leaders美国副总统与巴勒斯坦领导人会晤 U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney met with Israeli and Palestinian leaders on Sunday. On a trip the West Bank, Cheney warned Palestinians that continued violence against Israel will hurt efforts to create a Palestinian state.  美国副总统切尼星期天同以色列和巴勒斯坦领导人举行会晤。切尼在访问约旦河西岸的时候警告巴勒斯坦人,如果他们继续从事针对以色列的暴力活动,将会损害创建巴勒斯坦国的努力。Cheney traveled to the West Bank city of Ramallah Sunday where he met with moderate Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and with Prime Minister Salam Fayyad. In remarks following the talks with Mr. Abbas, Cheney said the U.S. is strongly committed to the establishment of a Palestinian state. However, he said Palestinian violence against Israel could doom any chance for a future Palestine.  切尼星期天前往西岸城市拉马拉,他在那里会见了温和派巴勒斯坦权力机构主席阿巴斯和总理法耶兹。切尼会见阿巴斯以后表示,美国坚决致力于建立巴勒斯坦国。但是他也表示,巴勒斯坦人针对以色列的暴力活动可能破坏巴勒斯坦未来的机会。"Terror and rockets do not merely kill innocent civilians, they also kill the legitimate hopes and aspirations of the Palestinian people," Cheney said. "A negotiated end to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, one that addresses the legitimate national claims of both peoples, would have limitless value. Years of mistrust and violence have achieved nothing, and the extremists who have stood in the way of a settlement have only caused grief and suffering for the Palestinian and Israeli peoples."  切尼说:“恐怖和火箭攻击不仅杀害无辜的平民,它们还扼杀巴勒斯坦人民合法的希望和渴望。通过谈判结束巴、以冲突,处理巴、以两个民族拥有合法国家的问题,这些都具有无限的价值。多年的猜忌和暴力没有任何结果,阻碍和平解决的极端分子只能给巴勒斯坦和以色列人民制造悲伤和痛苦。”In his remarks, Palestinian President Abbas condemned rocket attacks from the Gaza Strip that target towns in southern Israel. He also called on Israel to ease its restrictions on the Palestinians.  阿巴斯主席在讲话时谴责从加沙向以色列南部城镇发射的火箭攻击。他还呼吁以色列缓和对巴勒斯坦人的限制。Mr. Abbas says peace will not come to the Middle East as long as Israel continues to build settlements in the occupied West Bank and kills Palestinians in their own territory.  阿巴斯说:“只要以色列继续在它占领的西岸地区建造定居点,继续杀害在自己家园的巴勒斯坦人,中东就不会实现和平。Palestinian and Israeli negotiators have been holding a series of talks since late last year, aimed at reaching a peace agreement by the end of this year. However Palestinians say the talks have not resulted in any progress when it comes to stopping Israeli settlement building in the West Bank, or easing restrictions on Palestinians' freedom of movement.  自去年年底以来巴勒斯坦和以色列的谈判代表一直在举行一系列谈判。目的是在今年年底之前达成和平协议。但是巴勒斯坦人说,这些谈判在停止以色列在西岸建造定居点和放松巴勒斯坦人的自由旅行方面没有导致任何进展。Israel says Palestinians must do more to stop terrorism, including the rocket attacks from the Gaza Strip.  以色列表示,巴勒斯坦人必须采取更多行动,制止恐怖主义,包括制止来自加沙的火箭攻击。A spokesman for Hamas militants who control Gaza criticized Cheney's visit, saying it was designed only to offer support for Israel's actions against the Palestinians.  哈马斯激进组织目前控制着加沙。该组织发言人批评切尼的到访,说这次访问的目的是持以色列对巴勒斯坦人采取的行动。Hamas militants defeated Fatah forces loyal to Mr. Abbas last year, taking control of Gaza and effectively splitting the Palestinian territories in two.  去年哈马斯激进组织击败了忠于阿巴斯的法塔赫力量,控制了加沙地带,从而实际上把巴勒斯坦领土一分为二。Mr. Abbas says any reconciliation must be contingent upon Hamas agreeing to restore his authority in Gaza, something Hamas leaders have so far been unwilling to do.  阿巴斯表示,两大巴勒斯坦组织要和解,哈马斯必须同意恢复他本人在加沙的权威。到目前为止,哈马斯领导人还不愿这样作。Efforts to reconcile Palestinians appeared to take a step forward on Sunday when Hamas and Fatah representatives meeting in Yemen agreed to hold direct talks aimed at resolving their split.  星期天,化解巴勒斯坦两派之间争端的努力似乎取得一步进展,哈马斯和法塔赫的代表在也门会晤,双方同意举行直接谈判,以解决分歧。No date has been set for the talks, but the issue is expected to be on the agenda at the upcoming Arab summit in Damascus scheduled to take place at the end of March.  现在还没有为谈判设定日期,但是预计在即将在大马士革举行的阿拉伯峰会上将讨论这个问题。峰会计划在3月底举行。200803/31896

Scripts:Felicia Padley and her youngest daughter Jenny Ella are picking up free helpings of pasta, vegetables and other essentials at a Food Bank in Brooklyn, New York . Padley holds down a fulltime government job but still finds it hard to feed her family of four. She needs the pantry’s help now more than ever as her weekly food bill soarsA year ago it's like about 50 or 60 dollars I would spend at a grocery store and that would include meats, that would include vegetables, fruits, cereals stuff like that. But now I’m spending like a hundred dollars.Rising food prices are hitting families across the ed States hard. Over the past year, egg prices have risen almost 44 percent, fresh milk 21 percent, and poultry and beef more than 6 percent. Economists say severe weather in the southern US and Australia is partly to blame for the jump in prices at food stores like this one behind me. But many are pointing to another culprit, energy, in particular the rising production of ethanol, a bio-fuel made from corn. There are some 130 ethanol plants now in operation across the US churning out billions of gallons of this stuff each year. The US hopes ethanol will slash demand for oil, but to make all that ethanol you need a lot of corn that has sent prices soaring 50 percent in the past year and a half. On top of ethanol there’s also the spike in the price of crude oil which makes it more expensive to transport and package foods. Some say demand for food and fuel are on a collision course that could have disastrous consequences.What we are looking at in a sense is direct competition between the 860 million people in the world who own automobiles and who want to maintain their mobility and the 2 billion poorest people in the world who simply want to survive. Others say demand may be outpacing supply now but the market will eventually adjust.We’ll continue to grow and really that’s a good thing. But people will also produce more. There’s an old saying at economics says the solution to high prices is high prices. What’s going to happen is that people are going to be provided an economic incentive to plant more. That should help solve the increase in prices. For now though, families struggle. 30 new families are walking into this Brooklyn pantry each day in need of help. This upcoming winter could be a bitter one indeed for many across the ed States finding it hard to afford the food basics.Maggie Lake, CNN New York.Notes:collision course: A course, such as that of moving objects or opposing philosophies, that will end in impact or conflict if permitted to continue unchanged or unabated200807/43418

US Funding Aims to Boost Renewable Energy美国拨6亿美元研发新能源技术 The ed States plans to spend 0 million in coming years to propel development of renewable fuels and other new energy solutions. The funding goes along with millions that private investors are spending to find ways to cut the nation's dependence on oil. VOA's Brian Wagner recently met with business and research leaders striving to find the best new energy solutions. 美国计划在今后几年的时间里耗资6亿美元来推动可再生燃料以及其他新能源的开发。与此同时,私人投资者也正在花费数以亿计的美元寻找使美国摆脱对石油依赖的途径。美国之音记者最近采访了那些正在寻找最佳新能源解决办法的企业和研究界的领袖。The future of alternative energy appears to be rich, whether it is the potential of new biofuels, citrus peel or farm waste products to supply new energy sources. 不管是用新生物燃料、桔子皮还是农场废物产品来作为新的能源来源,替代能源的未来看起来丰富多。At a recent conference in Florida, green entrepreneurs met with researchers and farmers to plot the industry's future. Scores of research firms are developing conversion methods to process a variety of raw materials into ethanol. Farmers are finding ways to turn long overlooked products, like livestock manure and non-food crops, into fuel supplies. 最近在佛罗里达举行的一个研讨会上,绿色企业家与研究人员和农场主聚集一堂,为这个工业的未来进行规划。几十家研究公司正在研究把各种各样的原材料转化成乙醇的方法。农场主正在寻找把动物粪便以及非食品作物等长期忽略的产品转换成燃油的途径。Agriculture Secretary Ed Schafer told delegates that green energy is creating great new opportunities for the U.S. economy, especially in the farming sector. 美国农业部长谢福尔(Ed Schafer)对会议代表表示,绿色能源正在为美国经济创造很好的新机会,特别是在蓄牧业。"There is no turning back from a future in which more of our energy resources are grown and harvested in a sensible way," he said. "That means agriculture is going to be right in the middle of the game." 他说:“以合理的方法来种植和收获更多能源来源的前途是不可逆转的。这意味著,农业将处于这场运动的核心位置。”Schafer said, under a newly approved farm bill, officials plan to spend 0 million over the next five years to develop and implement new energy technologies, including biofuel crops. That comes in addition to million aly being spent. 谢福尔表示,根据新通过的农业法案,政府计划在今后5年拨出6亿美元用于开发和实施新的能源技术,包括生物燃料作物。在此之前,政府已经花费了3千5百万美元。Green entrepreneurs say federal support is crucial to propel development of advanced technologies that are needed for new energy solutions. Federal loans also are an important tool to give nascent projects the chance to develop into successful businesses. 绿色企业家说,联邦政府的持对于推动开发新能源所必需的先进技术是至关重要的。联邦贷款也是给刚刚起步的项目有机会发展成成功的企业的一个重要工具。Some business leaders say government spending still is not enough to offset oil expenditures in the ed States, which consumes about 20 million barrels of oil each day. Agriculture Secretary Schafer faced some tough questions from green business leaders at the recent conference.  一些商界领袖表示,政府的出仍然不足以抵消美国在石油上的花费。美国每天消耗2千万桶石油。在最近的研讨会上,绿色商业领袖对农业部长谢福尔提出了一些很棘手的问题。"Investing 30 million, 50 million even 100 million seems very small in comparison with the opportunities and the size of the problem," said one attendee. 这个提问的人说:“与这一问题提供的机会和规模相比,投资3千万、5千万甚至1亿都显得微不足道。”Schafer said he agrees that more money should be spent, and that is why officials are trying to encourage more private investment. 谢福尔说,他也认为应该投入更多的钱,而且这也是为什么政府官员正在鼓励更多的私人投资。"It is not just a government effort, it is private sector, too," he says. "But we are not spending enough money. We are just saying let that oil come in from overseas and we are not doing enough about it." 他说:“这不仅是政府的努力,也是私营部门的努力。但是,的确,我们没有投入足够多的钱。我们所说的是,让那些石油从海外流进来,我们对此没有做出足够的行动。”In Florida, officials are trying to capitalize on the boom in green technology. Governor Charlie Crist has sought to expand energy research programs at state universities and ordered energy companies to begin offering more electricity from renewable sources. He says his goal is to draw green businesses to the state. 在佛罗里达,政府官员正在试图从绿色技术的兴旺中获得好处。该州州长克里斯特试图在州立大学扩大能源研究项目,而且让能源公司从可再生能源中提供更多的电力。他说,他的目标就是把绿色生意吸引到这个州来。"I believe that Florida can be the green technology hub of America, and clearly the equivalent of the Silicon Valley of green," he says. "Florida can be known as energy and green industry leaders throughout the world." 他说:“我相信,佛罗里达可以成为美国绿色技术的中心,很明显,这相当于绿色的硅谷。佛罗里达可以作为一个全球的能源和绿色行业领袖而闻名。”Alan Hodges, an agricultural economist at the University of Florida, has been following the renewable energy field for more than 20 years. He says federal and state initiatives have created a unique climate for growth now. 佛罗里达大学的农业经济学家霍金斯跟踪可再生能源领域的动态已经有20多年的时间了。他说,目前,联邦政府和州政府的倡议已经创造了一个独特的增长环境。"There is tremendous interest right now," he says. "I don't think there has ever been more interest than there is now, and it is all because of high oil prices." 他说:“现在对这个问题有巨大的兴趣。我不认为以前任何时候有现在的兴趣大。而这是因为高企的石油价格。”Government and private sector interest in new energy has come and gone before.  政府和私营部门以前也对新能源表示过兴趣,但是后来这种兴趣又没有了。Joseph Weissman of Aurora Biofuels has been researching the potential of growing algae as a potential source of fuel oil since the oil crisis of the late 1970s. As certain algae grow, they produce oils that can be harvested and converted into fuel. He said government funds helped advance his work until gasoline prices dropped a few years later, and public funding disappeared.  Aurora生物燃料公司的魏斯曼自从上个世纪70年代的石油危机以来一直在研究种植海藻作为燃油的可能性。一些海藻在生长期间会产生出可以提取而且可以转换成燃料的油。他说,政府资金帮助推动了他在这方面的研究工作,但是几年后汽油价格下跌了,公共资金就消失了。He says the involvement of more private money will help ensure the development of new energy technologies into the future. 他说,更多的私人资金的参与将有助于确保新的能源技术在今后得到发展。"That was lacking in the past, it was all government money," Weissman says. "Plus government money isn't driven by the same forces. When someone [private investor] has invested money in something they will see it through one way or another. The government may change its mind overnight." 他说:“过去这方面一直缺乏,只有政府的资金。另外,政府的钱并不受到同样力量的驱使。当私人投资者在某个东西上投了资的话,不管怎么样,他们都会坚持下去。但政府可能一夜之间就会改变想法。”Researchers say it is difficult to determine whether algae or another technology is the most promising for the future, and when the general public can expect to see the benefits. But they agree that energy costs will continue to remain high, driving further interest in new energy sources in the future. 研究人员说,很难确定海藻还是另外一个技术在今后是最有前途的。他们也不知道什么时候普通民众可以看到好处。但是他们一致认为,能源成本将继续保持在高位,从而会进一步推动在今后开发新能源的兴趣。200808/46435

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