Monday morning’s coolest and greenest:
- It’s the question that’s plagued humanity for generations: What’s eco-friendlier, pleather or leather? (Mother Jones)
- Couldn’t make it to Alabama this past weekend? Get a firsthand look at our oyster restoration project. (Yahoo News)
- A Russian company is using giant snails to monitor air pollution. (Huffington Post Green)
- Cocaine, which is terrible for a plethora of reasons, is also associated with forest destruction in Colombia. (Mongabay)
- Some states aren’t waiting for Congress to tackle climate change– they’re slashing emissions on their own. (Green House)
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