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|Brad Wieners of Bloomberg Businessweek writes: Give Me One Good Reason Obama Should Approve Keystone XL.
And speaking of Bloomberg, the former mayor was appointed United States Special Envoy for Cities and Climate Change by U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.
Is Global Warming Driving Crazy Winters?—asked, and possibly answered, by climate researcher Jennifer Francis. Hear more on this Inquiring Minds podcast.
Hitting the road? Trip Advisor's GreenLeaders points you to environmentally-conscious accommodations.
Is The Solution To Climate Change In Vancouver?
Tesla's transcontinental charging stations could be the start of the Route 66 of the future.
We've written before about charity:water which uses 100% of its donations to fund clean water projects around the world. Here are some ways to get your workplace involved.
Another way to get water to people who need it: don't use your mobile phone for 10 minutes. Take the UNICEF Tap Project.
Earth Hour is the annual campaign to turn off the lights around the world at a particular hour on a particular day to raise environmental awareness on a global scale. It happens on Saturday, March 29 at 8:30pm in each time zone.
We knew we'd learn a lot from The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History by Elizabeth Kolbert, but we didn't know it would be such a fascinating read. Highly recommended.
An evening of eco style and fashion, hosted by Green Drinks NYC, at Environment Furniture, 352 Bowery [E. 4th/Great Jones], 6:30pm
The third annual NYC Green Festival takes place on April 26 and 27 at Pier 94.
How animals adapt and make use of different times of day and night is the subject of 24 Hours on Earth, tomorrow night at 9pm on BBC America.