Were Stone Age people pigs about coastal resources? Could ExxonMobil really be the Green Company of the Year? Will your next pair of underwear be made of bamboo? It’s a crazy time we live in, kids — keep up with it every weekday on Cool Green Morning:
- That myth about how prehistoric humans once lived in harmony with nature? Forget about it, says a new study in the journal Science that reports Stone Age humans decimated coastal marine resources from South Africa to the California’s Channel Islands. (Hat tip: The New York Times.)
- Did you miss our great post on how the Conservancy is helping teach sustainability techniques to Washington State prisoners? Well, Grist is on the story now, too…
- Will Philadelphia in the year 2050 = Orlando, climatologically speaking? A non-profit called Climate Central has a group of short videos (see one above) that project how selected American cities will heat up even more in August than they do today. (Hat tip: Green Inc.)
- Forbes magazine has named ExxonMobil Green Company of the Year. I’ll repeat that: Forbes magazine has named ExxonMobil Green Company of the Year. Are you a teensy bit skeptical of that designation? So is Inhabitat’s Ariel Schwartz…
- The hot new clothing item? Bamboo underwear. I’ll repeat that: Bamboo underwear. Learn more in this eco-friendly-undie roundup by The Chic Ecologist.
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