What could be cooler than starting your day with five great green links?
- Depending on whom you ask, there either is or isn’t still oil deep in the Gulf. (Christian Science Monitor)
- The U.N. adopts resolutions on coral reef and marine biodiversity protection. (Deep Sea News)
- Warming up your car in cold weather is probably totally unnecessary. (The Daily Green)
- If the climate keeps changing, what’s going to happen to polar bears? (Dot Earth)
- Here’s yet another take on the real vs. fake Christmas tree debate. Sounds like Team Real Tree is still in the lead. (New York Times)
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