It doesn’t get much cooler or greener than today’s five links…until tomorrow’s edition, anyway.
- A little bit of good news out of Haiti: Researchers have rediscovered six previously “lost” frog species there. (Mongabay)
- President Obama’s oil spill commission urges tougher rules for offshore drilling. (New York Times)
- According to the FTC, products certified as “Tested Green” weren’t necessarily green. (The Daily Green)
- Lucky China is about to get the world’s largest solar roof. (CleanTechnica)
- The hybrid electric Chevy Volt was just named “North American Car of the Year.” (EcoGeek)
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