Tag: Peruvian Amazon

The Green Buzz: Friday, May 17

Written by | May 17th, 2013


Happy National Bike to Work Day! After you lock up your wheels, read today’s green news:

  1. If climate scientists overwhelmingly agree on global warming, why doesn’t the public? (NY Times)
  2. Want healthier tomatoes? Grow them with LEDs. (TreeHugger)
  3. Jaguars are large, beautiful and thankfully thriving in the Peruvian Amazon. (Mongabay)
  4. It’s Earth’s most iconic summit. And it’s melting. Fast. (Huffington Post Green)
  5. Vehicles in the U.S. hit an estimated 1-2 million animals every year. (Scientific American)

A New Species of Armored Catfish That Eats Wood. Yes, Wood.

Written by | August 30th, 2010


Oh—and its teeth are shaped like spoons to make the eating easier…and that’s not even the weirdest part. Nature Conservancy scientist Paulo Petry found the first intact specimens for science…find out more.

Cool Green Morning: Tuesday, September 15

Written by | September 15th, 2009


There might not be much hope for the Goose Creek milkvetch, but at least you can now heat your home with an ethanol fireplace. Read on for that and weightier topics like sunspots, the Peruvian Amazon conflict and REDD (one of the most important strategies in fighting climate change, says Conservancy president Mark Tercek). Goose Creek milkvetch (pictured […]

Cool Green Morning: Tuesday, August 4

Written by | August 4th, 2009


Feeling sluggish this morning? Our top five Cool Green Morning news links will perk you up! Are kids getting enough exposure to nature? The opinion of one New York Times columnist is  “no.” Read his editorial… and find out why kids need to know what happens when you lick a banana slug. Take it from a […]

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