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Cool Green Morning: Monday, August 1

Written by | August 1st, 2011

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The sun is shining, the sky is blue, the news is green.

  1. Don’t blame the sun for rising temperatures; they’re probably not its fault. (YaleE360)
  2. Malaria may hurt conservation efforts and also aid poachers. (Mongabay)
  3. Here are some tips for green back-to-school shopping. (Treehugger)
  4. Sustainable seafood labels don’t take climate change into account. (Grist)
  5. Automakers have committed to meeting ambitious new fuel standards. Here’s how they can stick to it. (GreenBiz)

Cool Green Morning: Wednesday, September 1

Written by | September 1st, 2010

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It’s still pretty warm outside, but these five links are as cool as can be.

  1. New images and data from NASA reveal a surge in Amazon wildfires. (Mongabay)
  2. A famous climate skeptic does an about-face– and suggests a global tax on carbon emissions. (Green)
  3. Is “dry water” our next great hope for stopping climate change? (GreenBiz)
  4. A push toward sustainability is helping some companies not just survive tough economic times, but thrive. (Grist)
  5. Back-to-school time already? Here’s how to kick off your year, eco-style. (The Daily Green)

Cool Green Morning: Monday, August 23

Written by | August 23rd, 2010

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It’s just another cool green Monday…

  1. Heading back to school? Ask Umbra offers tips for eco-friendly school fundraisers and green college experiences, respectively. (Grist)
  2. Algae blooms as viewed from space=beautiful! (Wired)
  3. Self-cleaning technology used in missions to Mars may now keep solar panels sparkly clean. (CleanTechnica)
  4. This rotating solar home (?!) generates five times more energy than it uses. (EcoGeek)
  5. In not super-surprising news, bike- and pedestrian-friendly cities have lower rates of obesity, researchers say. What benefits the health of the environment often benefits us, too! (Treehugger)
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