Starting your weekend early? Don’t forget to pack your cool green news!
- Another oil spill, this time in Michigan’s Kalamazoo River — but what’s worse for the water, the oil or Asian carp? (Christian Science Monitor)
- And just how common are “smaller” spills like this one? (The Vine)
- Go beyond a carbon footprint and start tackling your “nitrogen footprint.” (Conservation Journal Watch)
- Cargill and Unilever announce efforts to provide sustainably-certified palm oil. (Mongabay)
- A new satellite map of tree height is helping scientists better estimate carbon storage in Earth’s forests. (GoodCleanTech)
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