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The Green Buzz: Tuesday, April 23

Written by | April 23rd, 2013

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Here are today’s top green news headlines. And remember: everyday can be Earth Day!

  1. How did you celebrate Earth Day? We’re loving Grist’s photo round-up. (Grist)
  2. Facebook plans to cover it’s 400,000+ square foot roof in trees. (The Atlantic Wire)
  3. How cloned redwoods can help combat climate change. (LiveScience)
  4. Americans less concerned about the environment than when Earth Day began. (Huffington Post Green)
  5. It’s getting hot out there: in 1400 years, the last 30 years were the warmest. (Mongabay)

Cool Green Morning: Monday, December 5

Written by | December 5th, 2011

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To clone or not to clone, that is the question.

  1. The currently extinct Wooly mammoth may roam again, thanks to cloning. (TreeHugger)
  2. Climate change = 75 percent man-made. (Scientific American)
  3. Wasps rely on face recognition to keep the peace. (National Geographic)
  4. The nation recycles only one-forth of our hard plastic bottle waste. (Green)
  5. Meet the winter endurance athletes of the animal world: wolverines. (Mongabay)

Cool Green Morning: Thursday, January 7

Written by | January 7th, 2010

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Start off your day with the top 5 green news links online:

  1. Scientists have discovered a thicket of scrub oaks in California that can reproduce by cloning. (The New York Times)
  2. See video of yesterday’s violent boat crash between protesters and Japanese whalers. (Dot Earth)
  3. Collisions — by boat and car — are the cause for 2009′s increase in panther and manatee deaths in Florida. (Extinction Countdown)
  4. Political turmoil in Madagascar threatens to destroy gains in rainforest protection. (YaleE360)
  5. Looking for a green job this year? Check out this opportunity to protect puffins. (Treehugger)
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