Tag: loggerhead turtle

Cool Green Morning: Thursday, July 7

Written by | July 7th, 2011

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Did you get a spot at a Yosemite campground this summer? Lucky you…

  1. Why did Snorkel the gigantic loggerhead turtle get an MRI? (Extinction Countdown)
  2. One phosphate mine in the Saharan desert could disrupt the entire global food supply. (YaleE360)
  3. Take a look at some of the non-human passengers that have traveled on space shuttles. (Wired)
  4. Scalpers are running a racket at Yosemite campsites. (NPR)
  5. “Urban farming” sounds like an oxymoron, but it’s part of a rising sustainable agriculture movement. (Green Biz)

Cool Green Morning: Monday, August 17

Written by | August 17th, 2009

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Is bottled water propping up a dictatorship? Is Walmart’s green business club worth the dues? Is Mumbai headed for a climate change fall? And who stole nearly 100 loggerhead turtle hatchlings from a North Carolina beach? All this and more in this morning’s Coolness: Joel Makower looks at Walmart’s Sustainability Consortium — a sort of […]

Cool Green Morning: Tuesday, August 11

Written by | August 11th, 2009

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Killer algae sounds pretty bad, but we won’t leave you with depressing news today… instead, take heart in knowing that volunteers gave 4,000 baby loggerhead turtles a helping hand in Australia. From A to Z (or 1 to 5), we’ve got the top Cool Green News links of the morning. Ah, wouldn’t you like to […]

Cool Green Morning: Thursday, August 6

Written by | August 6th, 2009

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Start with a sea turtle, throw in $2.4 billion, add a little psychotherapy and you’ve got a recipe for the coolest green links of the day. Who doesn’t love sea turtles? So why would you want to harm them by eating fish like black sea bass or Atlantic flouder? The Daily Green offers up a […]

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