Happy Cool Green Monday!
- Conservancy marine scientist Laura Geselbracht explains why sea level rise is such a big deal for Florida’s Gulf Coast. (Grist)
- A new study revealed that today’s polar bears started out brown and Irish. (Scientific American)
- Love solar power, but not so crazy about solar panels? Meet solar ivy. (CleanTechnica)
- Brand-new South Sudan is home to some increasingly rare African megafauna. (Mongabay)
- In defense of “personal liberty,” Republicans in Congress move to stop the adoption of energy-efficient light bulbs. (Guardian)
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