What’s a water footprint? How can talking reduce deforestation? All this and more in today’s cool green news:
- The world’s smallest seahorse could become a casualty of the BP oil spill. (Extinction Countdown)
- Water footprinting may be more complex than carbon, but The Nature Conservancy and Coca Cola are showing how it can be done. (GreenBiz)
- Only in California can Republican candidates face fury for opposing climate change laws. (The Vine)
- Waterbirds don’t seem to care if their wetland habitat was built to filter sewage. (Conservation Journal Watch)
- Satellite data+in-person interviews with locals=less deforestation? (Mongabay)
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