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Cool Green Morning: Wednesday, January 2

Written by | January 2nd, 2013

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It’s a new year and a new day, so how about some new green news?

  1. Still looking to make a New Year’s Resolution? Here are 15 green resolutions that really make a difference. (The Daily Green)
  2. No vote for Hurricane Sandy aid in Congress — and representatives from both sides are not happy. (Huffington Post)
  3. Shell’s oil drilling rig has run aground in the Gulf of Alaska, and so far, no reports of oil sheen in the water. (NPR)
  4. Sustainable companies are attracting more workers — even if it means taking a pay cut. (MNN)
  5. The fights and friendships of giraffes have been revealed, thanks to new footage for an upcoming series on Africa. (BBC)

Cool Green Morning: Wednesday, September 19

Written by | September 19th, 2012

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This morning we’re got fauna — endangered fauna — on the brain.

  1. Giraffes? Horses? 20 endangered species that will have you saying, “Whaaa…?” (Treehugger)
  2. Not you too, Nemo! (McClatchy)
  3. And this likely won’t help endangered species, let alone nature in general: Urban sprawl expected to triple by 2030. (MNN)
  4. Elephants are being slaughtered in Africa at the highest rates in a decade, and religion is fueling the poaching. (National Geographic)
  5. Some good news: A new monkey has been discovered in Africa. (BBC Nature)

Cool Green Morning: Monday, September 17

Written by | September 17th, 2012

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Surprise!

  1. A new baby panda! A new baby panda! (Washington Post)
  2. What can running teach us about sustainability? More than you’d probably think. (Grist)
  3. Some species at risk of extinction: zebras, giraffes, peacocks(?) and horses(??). (Treehugger)
  4. American voters! Please care more about freshwater issues. (Scientific American)
  5. In the market for a new-to-you bike? Here are some shopping tips. (The Daily Green)
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