Tag: Nature Geoscience

Delta Blues

Written by | September 8th, 2010


Deltas — they’re not just a Greek letter in a frat house name. Human activity is shrinking river deltas worldwide…which is bad news for humans, says the Conservancy’s Jeff Opperman.

Cool Green Morning: Monday, November 23

Written by | November 23rd, 2009


East Antarctica is melting. CO2 atmospheric concentrations are the highest in 2 million years. Green innovation needs more than a price on carbon. Cheery news this Cool Green Morning! But if we’re going to Hades, at least we’re taking the bus there…fasten your seat belts and drive deep into today’s green links: Americans are loving […]

Cool Green Morning: Friday, August 28

Written by | August 28th, 2009


Salmon return to Paris, green consumers are kind of self-centered and maybe even dumb, and it’s illegal to drive without your headlights on in Copenhagen — just a few of the many things we found for you today in Cool Green Morning: Conventional agriculture erodes farmland “at a rate similar to the biggest glaciers and […]

Cool Green Morning: Wednesday, Feb. 25

Written by | February 25th, 2009


A video is worth 10,000 words…and when you’re done watching the above on that transparent-headed barreleye fish, check out the other cool green links you must read this morning: Cool Green Transparent Fish: Learn more about the barreleye. I Have One Word For You, Son: Is the campaign to ban (or charge a nickel a […]

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