If your name’s “Julius Caesar,” this morning will not be cool and green (it will be red, warm, then very cold). If you name is anything else, relax and catch up on the day’s hottest green news…
- What’s killing the great forests of western North America? (Yale Environment 360)
- Who’s growing more skeptical of climate change in the United States? (The Vine)
- Why is Japan frightened of China’s green tech investments? (GreenBiz)
- Who has the world’s first skyscraper with built-in wind turbines? (Inhabitat)
- What’s the carbon emission toll caused by a single page view of Treehugger? (Treehugger)
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