It’s just another cool green Monday…
- Heading back to school? Ask Umbra offers tips for eco-friendly school fundraisers and green college experiences, respectively. (Grist)
- Algae blooms as viewed from space=beautiful! (Wired)
- Self-cleaning technology used in missions to Mars may now keep solar panels sparkly clean. (CleanTechnica)
- This rotating solar home (?!) generates five times more energy than it uses. (EcoGeek)
- In not super-surprising news, bike- and pedestrian-friendly cities have lower rates of obesity, researchers say. What benefits the health of the environment often benefits us, too! (Treehugger)
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