Green-News: Monday 9.28.08
- We know polar bears are suffering from climate change—so are HUMANS—but amphibians, like toads and frogs, are also facing habit-loss and extinction; the AFP reports.
- According to the Associated Press, pollution from carbon dioxide output jumped 3 percent from 2006 to 2007—scientists are calling it a DIRE outlook.
- In related news, China has SURPASSED the United States as the global leader of greenhouse gas emissions; more from the AFP.
- Imagine this, a 100 turbine wind farm in New York City. Located on the coast of Queens, New York, the farm could supply 200 megawatts of energy; The Baltimore Sun explains.
- What do you do with old cell phones? Instead of throwing them out, EcoLocalizer passes along five GREAT resources for recycling unwanted cellular phones.
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