Tag: U.S. climate legislation

Cool Green Morning: Wednesday, December 2

Written by | December 2nd, 2009

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Happy Cool Green Wednesday, everyone!  Read on for the day’s top stories, like a cap-and-trade vid that’s making the wrong argument, good news for hybrid and electric vehicle drivers in Canada and Copenhagen’s teamwork-powered Christmas tree (see above).  Enjoy! David Roberts over at Grist explains why the new anti-cap-and-trade video from the maker of “The […]

Cool Green Morning: Wednesday, November 18

Written by | November 18th, 2009

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Coke’s introducing the “PlantBottle.”  Houston’s taking a modest step toward a greener image.  Enviros are teaming up with the religious right to encourage climate action on the Hill.  Today’s news is exceptionally cool AND green.  Read on for more: What’s more important than reaching a global agreement in Copenhagen?  Scientific American thinks a U.S.-China deal […]

Cool Green Morning: Wednesday, November 11

Written by | November 11th, 2009

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Happy Veterans’ Day, readers! Thank a solider for his or her service, give ‘em a hug, and then dive into today’s roundup of the best green news on the interwebs: The Daily Green weighs in on the “real vs. artificial” Christmas tree debate. Is it really that time of the year already? There’s a green […]

Cool Green Morning: Thursday, October 8

Written by | October 8th, 2009

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Solar roads, “artificial trees” that pull CO2 from the air, and using dead people to run the air conditioning unit… it’s just another round-up of Cool Green News. Driving on glass sounds kind of sketchy, but an Idaho-based engineer has invented solar panels that you can indeed drive on. The next step is lots and lots of testing. U.S. […]

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