Get your greens for breakfast — the freshest 5 eco-stories this morning:
- What’s the eco-friendliest country in the world? (Hint: Not the United States.) (Yale Environment 360)
- Tobacco plants have been hacked to grow synthetic solar-powering cells. (Treehugger)
- How do you test geoengineering — projects to cool the planet, such as shooting aerosols into the atmosphere to block sunlight — without screwing up the planet? (Climate Feedback)
- Rajendra Pachauri defends the IPCC’s credibility…and his own. (Ecopolitology)
- Will the United States finally be getting bullet trains (as in, “faster than a speeding”)? (The Vine)
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