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The Green Buzz: Thursday, August 15

Written by | August 15th, 2013

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We’re buzzing over water wars, vegetarian fish and the greenest colleges in today’s green news.

  1. How do you save populations of “feed” fish from overfishing? Turn the carnivorous farmed fish who eat them into vegetarians, of course. (Washington Post)
  2. When you think of the military, do you think “environmentally friendly?” If not, you may want to think again. (MNN)
  3. Florida is suing Georgia over water. Let the water wars begin. (Bloomberg)
  4. Oldest petroglyphs in North America found in a dessicated Nevada lake. (National Geographic)
  5. The greenest colleges in the U.S. have been ranked – check them out! (Huffington Post)

Cool Green Morning: Tuesday, February 23

Written by | February 23rd, 2010

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Get your green on with these five cool links:

  1. Ignore the noise from climate skeptics– climate change is still happening, scientists say. (Mongabay)
  2. Ask Umbra offers tips on how to green your takeout and “reduce your carbon forkprint.” (Grist)
  3. The US is merging war training with species preservation on stateside military bases (New York Times).
  4. Keeping with that theme: the Department of Defense is working with organizations like The Nature Conservancy to protect habitat around bases. (Greenwire via New York Times)
  5. Spirit-maker Bacardi reduced its carbon emissions by nearly 10 percent last year. Party! (GreenBiz)

Cool Green Morning: Friday, Jan. 23

Written by | January 23rd, 2009

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Some days, it’s all dewy and green on the Internet. But from black clouds to lost salmon to dying trees…read below to find out why today is not one of those days: A Moment of Silence, Please: Tree mortality has doubled in the Pacific Northwest of the United States — in just 17 years. Unbelievable: […]

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