Hey, don’t doctors recommend you get at least five servings of greens per day? Well, if green news counts, we’ve got you covered right here:
- One potential way to keep Asian carp out of the Great Lakes: pelicans. (Treehugger)
- Ray LaHood, U.S. secretary of transportation, says Americans want alternatives to driving, like walking and biking– and that new transportation policies will reflect that. (Green Inc.)
- One volunteer is responsible for planting thousands of trees over 30 years in not-so-leafy San Francisco. (Christian Science Monitor)
- A new study indicates that we might want to start taking offshore wind energy seriously. (Wired)
- The jury’s still out on whether health care reform will lead to an increase in greenhouse gas emissions. (CleanTechnica)
Donate to The Nature Conservancy and give back to nature.
Tags: alternative energy, alternatives to driving, Asian carp, Christian Science Monitor, CleanTechnica, Department of Transportation, great lakes, Green Inc., health care bill, increased emissions, offshore wind energy, pelicans, planting trees, Ray LaHood, San Francisco, Treehugger, volunteering, Wired