Tag: Burmese pythons

The Green Buzz: Monday, September 30

Written by | September 30th, 2013

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We’re ending the month of September with some good reads on issues like coexisting with keystone species and sinkholes. Yikes.

  1. Here are five big takeaways from the IPCC’s big global warming report on Friday. (National Geographic)
  2. The Bayou Corne Sinkhole: growing bigger and dividing a town, in the process. (New York Times)
  3. Can Burmese pythons in the Everglades be lured into traps? Pretty much everyone hopes so… (Christian Science Monitor)
  4. A commercial freighter completed the first-ever voyage through the Northwest Passage this week. (NPR)
  5. Can ranchers coexist with coyotes? In California, an innovative method is showing it’s possible. (MNN)

Cool Green Morning: Tuesday, January 31

Written by | January 31st, 2012

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Extra, extra! Read today’s top green news stories.

  1. Invasive Burmese pythons eat their way through Florida’s Everglades. (National Geographic)
  2. If you’re looking for a new car, consider a folding microcar! (TreeHugger)
  3. Umm… is that a UFO at the bottom of the Baltic Sea? (Huffington Post)
  4. Egypt remains one of Africa’s largest markets for illegal ivory items. (WWF)
  5. Pop quiz: what caused the mysterious Little Ice Age? (Mother Nature Network)

 

Cool Green Morning: Monday, January 10

Written by | January 10th, 2011

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Sounds like somebody’s got a case of the cool green Mondays…

  1. The dairy industry wants to lower its emissions. One tactic: targeting cow burps. (GreenBiz)
  2. Several British supermarket chains are accused of labeling fish products with misleading sustainability claims. (Business Green, via Guardian)
  3. Is a ban on nonnative reptilian pets enough to protect the U.S. from an invasive species invasion? (New York Times)
  4. It’s not just driving: parking cars is also harmful to the environment. (Scientific American)
  5. Check out the world’s fastest solar car in action. (CleanTechnica)
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