Tag: coffee

Cool Green Morning: Wednesday, Jan. 14

Written by | January 14th, 2009

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If it’s cool and green and online in the morning…we’ve got it: Don’t Shoot the Messenger: Keith Johnson at Environmental Capital says reports that using Google generates a lot of carbon emissions (because of the giant server farms Google uses) ignore a real environmental culprit: Your desktop computer. (Also see Dave Connell’s Cool Green Science […]

Cool Green Afternoon: Wednesday, January 7

Written by | January 7th, 2009

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Good afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Conservationist and all the sustainably fishing ships at sea! Here’s what we’re finding in the green blogosphere and beyond that you should know about: Maybe That’s Why They Call it Fuel: Could coffee be the next big biofuel source? Will It Be a Gas? Grist says that Rep. Nancy Pelosi […]

Cool Green Afternoon: Monday, January 5

Written by | January 5th, 2009

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Here’s what’s hot and green online this afternoon: Green Cemeteries: The Wall Street Journal says green cemeteries “that eschew caskets and embalming” are growing more popular. “I get a lot of calls from people thinking it’s a groovy alternative to opening a bed-and-breakfast” says Green Burial Council director Joe Sehee. (Hat tip: Environmental Capital.) Cap […]

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