Can skyscrapers be bird-friendly? Can we talk about climate change? Can we compost dog waste? Yes we can, yes we can, yes we can, kids — all in this morning’s Coolness. Happy weekend!
- PETA gives a new 82-story Chicago skyscraper an award for being friendly to birds — incorporating design elements that will minimize bird strikes, reports the Chicago Tribune. (Hat tip: 10,000 Birds.)
- If you feed sustainably fished anchovies to other fish on unsustainable fish farms, are they still sustainable? Blogfish ponders.
- How to talk about climate change? Ecopolitology says there are great lessons to be learned from the debate over the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
- Companies that are calling themselves “green” are feeling less scrutiny about those claims, according to a new report in this morning’s Environmental Leader.
- Can dog waste — a huge pollutant problem for some urban watersheds — be composted? Ithaca, NY is trying to find out, says Green Inc.
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