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The Green Buzz: Monday, February 25

Written by | February 25th, 2013

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Sure, the internet is buzzing with Oscar news, but we’re buzzing about the weekend’s top green news.

  1. Nice hiding spot! Ancient continent found under the Indian Ocean. (BBC)
  2. Every Monday should start with a cute penguin cam. (Mother Nature Network)
  3. My, what a long neck you have. How dinosaurs grew the world’s longest necks. (Science World Report)
  4. Another impact of a hotter, wetter climate: a loss in labor capacity. (Guardian)
  5. The San Francisco 49ers turn to the sun for power in their new stadium. (Clean Technica)

Cool Green Morning: Tuesday, January 22

Written by | January 22nd, 2013

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It’s back to the grind after a weekend of Inaugural Ball hopping (done via Instagram, of course). Here’s your green news!

  1. Obama utters those two bold words — climate change — in his inaugural speech. (TIME)
  2. There’s no other way to say it: air quality sucks across the Middle East and Asia. (TreeHugger)
  3. It may be controversial but it’s working. 21 Burmese pythons caught in Florida’s “Python Challenge.” (LA Times)
  4. Costa Rica joins Botswana and Zambia in banning wildlife hunting. (Mongabay)
  5. Penguin cam! Need we say more? (Guardian)

Cool Green Morning: Friday, March 9

Written by | March 9th, 2012

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Ready for some green news?

  1. Oh, no big deal, it’s just a live penguin cam! (Grist)
  2. Shipping containers mimics Costa Rican rainforest for endangered frogs. (BBC)
  3. Underwater video cameras prove marine protected areas benefit sharks. (Washington Post)
  4. James Cameron could watch Titanic twice! on his journey to the ocean’s deepest point. (National Geographic)
  5. Urban farms provide sources of healthy food to underserved communities. (Care2)
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