Written by Nicole Levins | December 13th, 2010
You know about the oil spill, but what other stories made our lead scientist’s list of environmental issues that dominated the year?
Written by Nicole Levins | March 25th, 2010
Written by Rob McDonald | January 7th, 2010
More people live in cities than don’t for the first time in human history — and conservationists need to be prepared instead of complaining, says Rob McDonald.
Written by Dave Connell | July 14th, 2009
With Sarah Palin penning an incendiary op-ed in The Washington Post today on the American Clean Energy and Security Act (ACES) this morning and the Senate Committee on the Environment and Public Works holding hearings on the bill, there’s plenty of tweet action on ACES today. Here are five things I learned about ACES in […]
Written by Darci Palmquist | July 14th, 2009
It’s Bastille Day and we don’t have a single post relating to France. But we’ve got revolutions — the green kind. From hybrid “tuk tuks” to storing excess energy, here’s all the enviro news you need this morning. Here in the USA, we have Whole Foods grocery stores that give priority parking to hybrid vehicles, […]
Written by Bob Lalasz | April 16th, 2009
See that big “climate change” in our tag cloud in the left column? That means more of our posts touch on climate change than anything else. Case in point: Today’s Cool Green Morning, which brings together prehistoric coral, Sarah Palin, the EPA, bird migration and claims of misleading TV ads in one big climate-change mosh […]
Written by Bob Lalasz | January 21st, 2009
Killer whales, black swans, fish poop and Sarah Palin — there’s a lot going on in the green blogosphere this morning, and we bring the best of it to you: All Aboard the Green Train: Sarah Palin announces she wants Alaska to get half its electricity from renewables by 2025. (Hat tip: Green Inc.) The […]