Tag: Yangtze River

Cool Green Morning: Wednesday, February 24

Written by | February 24th, 2010

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Read on for the day’s top cool green news:

  1. Gone and…completely forgotten? Just four years after the Yangtze River dolphin was declared extinct, a new study shows that many people don’t remember that it ever existed. (Mongabay)
  2. The number-one climate culprit: your car, says NASA. (CleanTechnica)
  3. What you need to know about the EPA’s not-actually-scary-or-all-that-personally-invasive plan to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. (Treehugger)
  4. Wait a minute– is Glenn Beck “a secret treehugger”? (Mother Jones)
  5. A new device ejects chargeable electronics from energy sources once they’re fully juiced. (EcoGeek, via Yahoo Green)

The Future of Wild Places in China: Experiments in Private Management?

Written by | December 14th, 2009

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(Editor’s note: Charles Bedford, the state director for The Nature Conservancy in Colorado, is living and working in China for the next year and will be writing about conservation issues there. Read all his posts.) A couple posts back I noted the similarities between Potatso (Pudacuo) National Park in Diqing, Yunnan and Rocky Mountain National […]

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