Printing your own recyclable shoes. Melting ice caps that make you colder. Cat food that fights invasives. Are you ready for yet another crazy Cool Green Morning?
- Is printing a new pair of recyclable shoes on a 3D plastics printer the latest in green, or just crazy talk? (Treehugger)
- Unexpected: Why melting ice caps might make your city colder. (The Daily Green)
- Yet another use for cat food: Controlling an Australian invasive species. (Short Sharp Science)
- The mystery remains: Why did Yvo de Boer leave as head of the UN’s climate convention? (Richard Black/BBC Earth Watch)
- Wanna counter climate skepticism? Soon there’ll be an app for that. (The Guardian)
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