Read on to get your fill of the day’s coolest, greenest news:
- Americans’ priorities, according to a new poll: me first, the planet later. (GreenBiz)
- In Madagascar, researchers rediscovered a species of dwarf lemur not seen in 100 years. (Scientific American)
- Possibly the next great development in solar power: paint. (EcoGeek)
- A new study says that southern U.S. states could use a little more energy-efficiency. (Green Inc.)
- That coal-carrying ship that crashed into the Great Barrier Reef about a week ago left a two-mile scar– and the damage could take 20 years to repair. (Treehugger)
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