Here you go– the five coolest, greenest links on the web. Dig in!:
- The people of a tiny Alaskan village claim that fuel and utility companies are responsible for their home’s rapid erosion, and they’re taking two dozen of said companies to court to sue for relocation expenses. (New York Times)
- A new study says that the health benefits and air-quality improvements that could result from cutting carbon emissions would offset the actual cost of cutting carbon emissions. (The Vine)
- A grassroots “gray water” movement is inspiring Los Angeles residents to recycle and reuse household waste water. (Christian Science Monitor)
- The latest Green Confidence Index shows that consumers want to go/buy green, but the state of the economy is why they’re not really doing any of that. (GreenBiz)
- Senators Kerry and Graham: bringin’ energy reform back. (Red, Green and Blue)
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Tags: Alaska, California, Christian Science Monitor, coastal erosion, energy policy, going green, gray water, GreenBiz, John Kerry, Lindsay Graham, New York Times, Red Green and Blue, reducing carbon emissions, The Vine, US climate policy