Lots of food for thought in today’s Cool Green Morning. Huh — why am I suddenly hungry?
- Indonesia plans to use volcanoes to power up its 35% of its population now off the grid. (INHABITAT)
- Do protests of U.S. mining projects just force mining to go abroad? (Yale Environment 360)
- Open-access journal studies aren’t cited any more than studies in subscription journals…says a new study in a subscription journal. (Conservation Biology; HT: Conservation Maven)
- 1% of us recycle our old cell phones; 98% would with the right incentives. Those incentives might now be here. (CleanTechnica)
- Green Inc. is now just Green. (Green)
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