Isabella Rosselini explaining animal and insect sex? An entire colony of albatrosses vanishing? Europe not being better than the United States at everything? It must either be April Fools Day…or Cool Green Morning, where all the links today are totally, 110 percent verified true.
- Almost as Weird as Blue Velvet: The second season of Green Porno premieres on SundanceChannel.com tomorrow night — a show that features Isabella Rosselini acting out how various creatures mate (see video clip above). At least, that’s what 60-Second Science reports…
- No Chicken Dance Here: Birdfreak looks at the future of birding and conservation…and is optimistic (!?). (They also say The Nature Conservancy will become a marketing master by 2020, which is the nicest thing anyone’s said to us in a while.)
- Flipper Lives! River dolphins have been taking it on the chin from China to Mexico — but Dot Earth now reports another dolphin species thought to be on the verge of extinction, the Irrawaddy dolphin of Bangladesh, is thriving in mangrove coasts of that country.
- Fowl Play: An entire colony of a rare breed of albatross in Hawaii has disappeared…and scientists suspect humans are to blame.
- Beat Europe! Environmental Capital evaluates the Waxman/Markey U.S. House bill on energy in light of Europe’s problems with carbon trading — and finds the U.S. bill has learned a little, but not a lot.
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