Merry Christmas Eve! Here’s what’s hot in the green blogosphere this morning:
- The plunge in oil prices will have nasty long-term implications for oil consumers, says the Financial Times – including making it harder for hybrid vehicles to pay for themselves. (Hat tip: Environmetal Economics.)
- UPS delivery people are now using bicycles to get your holiday gifts to you.
- When your power’s knocked out, you can use your Prius as an emergency generator.
- Here’s an excellent roundup of what science learned about climate change in 2008 — and what we have yet to find out. (Hat tip: Climate Feedback.)
- Andrew Revkin asks: If CO2 were pink, would we be more concerned about climate change?
- Richard Black says that 2008 was a quiet year for climate change — which meant other enviro issues got some media play.
- The Times Square New Year’s Eve ball has gone LED.
- All of Antarctica has been heating up since 1957.
- Finally, take a look at (but don’t touch) this green gingerbread house.
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