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Cool Green Morning: Thursday, February 25

Written by | February 25th, 2010


Fiercer hurricanes? Waste-fueled planes? No more Hummers? Today’s cool green links suggest there may be some interesting changes on the horizon:

  1. A new study suggests that fewer, but stronger, hurricanes may be in our future, thanks to climate change. (The Vine)
  2. It looks like the world will bid farewell to the gas-guzzling Hummer. (Treehugger)
  3. Is this new Bloom fuel cell thing the answer to all our clean energy problems? And why is it so expensive? (Wired)
  4. Milk packaging gets a green makeover. (GreenBiz)
  5. In a few years, we might be flying in partially waste-fueled planes. (EcoGeek)

Cool Green Morning: Friday, February 19

Written by | February 19th, 2010


Birds, eels, aliens, cats (and trash): Just another Cool Green Morning of great big eco-news:

  1. Why do healthy finches like to eat next to sick finches? (60-Second Science podcast)
  2. Europe’s eel populations are sinking fast…and eel fisherman with them. (Blogfish)
  3. British Airways says it’ll source some jet fuel from London’s trash. (CleanTechinca)
  4. “District 9″ redux: The Index of Alien Impact is here. (Conservation Maven)
  5. Are big cats making a comeback in India? (DotEarth)
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