It’s a diverse–and sometimes strange–Cool Green Morning.
- Amazing, or just plain scary? Scientists are engineering trees that can produce their own light. Frankentrees, anyone? (Treehugger)
- Looking to widen your natural knowledge in 2013? Check out 10 of the best college environmental programs in the U.S. (MNN)
- White-nose syndrome in bats has been likened to AIDS in humans. (The Daily Green)
- Enter your address into the new online Flood Tool and see if you’re at risk for future flooding. (Green)
- Why, why, why? Elephant poaching surged to record levels in 2011, and shows no sign of slowing. (Huffington Post)
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