In the spirit of balance and fair-mindedness, I have been struggling for a week or so to find anyone with a good word to say about the lately departed Chris Huhne, but the web is full of direct and/or oblique abuse about either his appeal as a human being (limited, it seems), or his policies around energy and climate change (which many, of course do find admirable).
Newspapers tended to focus on both aspects. A Matt cartoon in the Telegraph showed all the wind farms in the country coming to a standstill on Huhne's resignation – no more of that hot air, you see. Sadly, I had to have that explained to me.
Climate change blogs, of course, just deal with the policy issues and many view Huhne in the negative. Wattsupwiththat is a case in point, and is instructive if you're interested in what to teach about all this: wind farm policy and effectivenesss / keeping the lights on / bankruptcy / carbon taxes / ... and the notion of balance.