The week keeps getting cooler and greener:
- On the decline: water levels in the Lake Mead reservoir, a source of water for some 30 million people in the West. (Green)
- Also on the decline: global CO2 levels fell in 2009, due to the econmic crisis and rise in renewables. (Reuters)
- Having a house on the beach is a luxury, right? For shorebirds, it could be a matter of survival. (Conservation Journal Watch)
- How effective are LEED standards in protecting human health? (YaleE360)
- Around the world in 80 days in… solar-powered electric vehicles. (Green Tech)
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