Here’s what’s on the blogs this morning:
- Via Environmental Leader: Forest Ethics has released its third annual Catalog Environmental Scorecard. (Un)fortunately, catalog season is already over…
- A new map from Google.org and the Rocky Mountain Institute shows the history of U.S. oil imports. (Hat tip: Green Inc.)
- Joel Makower says that environmental journalists are becoming an endangered species.
- ClimateProgress thinks Obama’s pick of John Holdren as science adviser shows the president-elect is “dead serious about the strongest possible action on global warming.” The New York Times’ Andy Revkin is taking your questions for the Obama science team.
- But Bright Green Blog says greens are mixed on Obama’s picks to head Interior and Agriculture.
- U.S. carbon output is slowing, according to the Energy Information Agency. (Hat tip: Red Green and Blue.)
- The BBC’s Richard Black asks if target-based environmental treaties miss the point.
- Blogfish thinks a new study about why scaring people about smoking doesn’t work has implications for the campaign for sustainable fishing, too.
- No Impact Man muses on the virtues of individual versus collective environmental action.
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