It’s the start of another cool green week:
- The White House says “no thanks” to solar, at least for now. (Dot Earth)
- The Prius gets more pedestrian-friendly. (EcoGeek)
- Wait a minute– is there crude oil in the multi-purpose superstar that is white vinegar? (Grist)
- If you enjoy packaged water, you might want to give boxed H20 a try. (Treehugger)
- The Philadelphia transit authority is getting creative and trying to harness energy from braking subway trains. (YaleE360)
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