Sounds like somebody’s got a case of the cool green Mondays…
- The dairy industry wants to lower its emissions. One tactic: targeting cow burps. (GreenBiz)
- Several British supermarket chains are accused of labeling fish products with misleading sustainability claims. (Business Green, via Guardian)
- Is a ban on nonnative reptilian pets enough to protect the U.S. from an invasive species invasion? (New York Times)
- It’s not just driving: parking cars is also harmful to the environment. (Scientific American)
- Check out the world’s fastest solar car in action. (CleanTechnica)
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