Tag: Nobel Peace Prize

Cool Green Morning: Wednesday, October 24

Written by | October 24th, 2012


Urban coyotes, oxen for dinner and chimpanzees that innovate — we’ve got your cool green news this morning.

  1. Wile E. Coyote they aren’t: Urban coyotes are becoming more prevalent. Can we live with them? (Green)
  2. The climate scientist who shared the Nobel Peace Prize with Al Gore has sued multiple organizations for defamation. (MNN)
  3. A college plans to slaughter and serve a pair of oxen in Vermont that live on a sustainable farm, amid protests. (NPR)
  4. They may not be behind the mini-iPad, but chimpanzees are innovators — and they’re improving all the time. (Discovery)
  5. The debates are finally over and many are wondering why the deafening silence on climate change. (Treehugger)

Wangari Maathai: Champion for Africa, Conservation and the World

Written by | September 26th, 2011


Mark Tercek looks back at the life, accomplishments and impact of a good friend of conservation and a true champion of Africa, Wangari Maathai.

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