We’re keepin’ it green, 5 links at a time:
- Only the Danes would come up with an all-in-one waste-to-energy plant/ski park. (Green)
- A bright spot in science’s “Search for Lost Frogs”–the Pescado stubfoot toad is rediscovered. (Mongabay)
- In case you need more proof that increased precipitation is caused by increased greenhouse gases, here it is. (NY Times)
- Japan’s whaling season is suspended–but does that mean much? (BBC)
- A new study form Harvard calculates the true cost of coal to the American economy. Wanna take a guess? (Treehugger)
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