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The Green Buzz: Monday, October 28

Written by | October 28th, 2013

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In today’s green news: A plan to hunt the endangered rhino, when bees were destroyed, the broken ocean and more.

  1. The preservation of the country’s open landscapes in the west has some folks troubled. (New York Times)
  2. What can 1 million trees do? Quite a lot, as it turns out. (MNN)
  3. A Texas hunting club has plans to auction off a permit to hunt one of the world’s most endangered animals. (ABC News)
  4. The dinosaurs weren’t the only victims of mass extinction 66 million years ago. (BBC News)
  5. Silence of a broken ocean haunted this yachtsman on his voyage across the seas. (Sydney Morning Herald)

Cool Green Morning: Wednesday, March 16

Written by | March 16th, 2011

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Cool Green Morning: Never lacking in variety.

  1. A former “eco-bride” and current marine scientist shares tips for going green on your wedding day. (ABC News)
  2. Curved wood floors are less wasteful than their straight up-and-down counterparts. Good to know! (EcoGeek)
  3. Pepsi launches a 100% petroleum-free plastic bottle. (Treehugger)
  4. Concerns about climate change are at a record low in the U.S., says a new poll. (YaleE360)
  5. Is it or isn’t it? For now, the flat-tailed lizard won’t be listed as an endangered species. (LA Times)

 

Cool Green Morning: Tuesday, July 13

Written by | July 13th, 2010

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It’s the perfect summer day for some refreshing cool green news:

  1. Did you catch our Kansas state director on Sunday’s Good Morning America? If not, watch it now! (ABC News)
  2. IKEA goes incandescent-free starting next month. (CleanTechnica)
  3. The Obama administration issues another moratorium on deep-sea drilling. (AFP, via Grist)
  4. Recycling plastic: It’s complicated. (MSNBC.com)
  5. 2010 is, and will probably continue to be, a crazy smoking hot year. (The Vine)
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