Being green isn’t always easy, but at least you have 5 cool news links to help you get there:
- Indoor skiing: Is it really that bad for the environment? (Treehugger)
- China, Europe and the U.S. black market on an ozone-depleting refrigerant gas…it’s a complicated, but frightening, tale. (YaleE360)
- We try to steer clear of loaded political questions, but Andy Revkin asks it: does science need more Republicans? (Dot Earth)
- The dark side of nature and wildlife TV shows comes to light. (Mongabay)
- This animal is considered the “quintessential example of megafaunal fortitude in the face of really bad weather.” Impressive, heh? (The New York Times)
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