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Cool Green Morning: Thursday, February 17

Written by | February 17th, 2011

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We’re keepin’ it green, 5 links at a time:

  1. Only the Danes would come up with an all-in-one waste-to-energy plant/ski park. (Green)
  2. A bright spot in science’s “Search for Lost Frogs”–the Pescado stubfoot toad is rediscovered. (Mongabay)
  3. In case you need more proof that increased precipitation is caused by increased greenhouse gases, here it is. (NY Times)
  4. Japan’s whaling season is suspended–but does that mean much? (BBC)
  5. A new study form Harvard calculates the true cost of coal to the American economy. Wanna take a guess? (Treehugger)

Cool Green Morning: Wednesday, June 24

Written by | June 24th, 2009

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Biodiesel, coal mining, Waxman-Markey, air pollution, whale-watching… there’s sure to be a topic that interests you in this morning’s round-up of Cool Green News. So have no fear, just dive on in!  The country’s largest biodiesel plant — established just a year ago — is going under already. Lack of demand, trade barriers and government stalling on […]

Cool Green Morning: Friday, Feb. 13

Written by | February 13th, 2009

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Long weekend, and maybe you’ll hit the mall, and maybe that’s not such an eco-crime after all. Read below to learn more — and all the green online news that’s fit to print. (And could you pick up some socks for us while you’re there?) But the UPS Driver is So Cute: Which is greener: […]

Cool Green Morning: Tuesday, Jan. 27

Written by | January 27th, 2009

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The outlook for emperor penguins is grim, but mountain gorillas in the Congo could be making a comeback… read on for this morning’s enviro-news from cyberspace. Penguin Death March? New research says emperor penguins could be 95 percent extinct by 2100 if Antarctic ice continues to melt. C’mon people, we need to save the penguins! Your […]

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