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Cool Green Morning: Thursday, December 16

Written by | December 16th, 2010

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Have you been reducing your energy use? Really? This morning’s 5 news links are cool, green and enlightening:

  1. The year in review for water. (Treehugger)
  2. Check out this video documenting the discovery of a new lemur species in Madagascar. (BBC)
  3. Efforts to fix the San Francisco Bay Delta are as fragile as the delta itself. (NY Times)
  4. Why it’s not too late to save polar bears. Yes we can! (Wired)
  5. Does energy efficiency actually cut energy use? And if not, then what will? (Grist)

Cool Green Morning: Friday, July 10

Written by | July 10th, 2009

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A town bans plastic water bottles (see video above)? A robot picks up your garbage? A hamburger that fights climate change? Such surprises (see below) keep us coming back every Cool Green Morning — enjoy, and enjoy your weekend! An Australian town has banned plastic water bottles there — the first such restriction on Earth, […]

Cool Green Morning: Wednesday, April 22

Written by | April 22nd, 2009

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It’s Earth Day at last — so get outside and send us a photo to prove it! (And do that before you read below on the 10 things NOT to do on Earth Day, or why Earth Day might have lost its steam since the 1970s, or any of the other interesting green links we’ve […]

Cool Green Morning: Monday, March 16

Written by | March 16th, 2009

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That’s Malé, capital of the Maldives, in the photo above. Understand why they’re concerned about sea-level rise from climate change? And yet the president of the Maldives has just made an extraordinary pledge to green his country — part of the five green links you must click on this morning: And a Small Nation Will […]

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