Hey! It’s Cool Green Morning time:
- The next wave of oil spill clean-up technology: robots. (Green)
- Edible green curtains are showing up on one company’s buildings, and also on plates in corporate cafeterias. (GreenBiz)
- A new survey shows that in 2009, Americans used more wind and solar power– and less coal and gas. (YaleE360)
- Climate change denial seems to be spreading among one particular political party. (CleanTechnica)
- As of last week, there is no such thing as a free plastic bag in Mexico. (Treehugger)
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