From green etiquette to coffee to the debate, we’ve got your Cool Green News.
- Traveling for the holidays? Perhaps you’d like to brush up on etiquette for the green houseguest. (Earth 911)
- A photo tells 1000 words — especially when it shows just how close Shell’s offshore rig is to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. (The Daily Climate)
- Disney — the largest publisher of children’s books — has dropped a paper supplier that is linked to deforestation. (Mongabay)
- Starbucks has opened a pre-fabricated, modular store in Denver — with locally sourced material and a very low carbon footprint. (National Geographic)
- Last night’s debate: Check out the facts on energy production on public lands, and find out which candidate was right. (Scientific American)
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