Green News For The Weekend Volume 351

March 14, 2014

It’s mid-March already and I am not sure how that happened! Before we know it, winter will be coming back around again. (Sorry, for those of you still suffering through this one.) By chance, it’s also Friday and you know what that means – green news!

Our evil, socialist, Muslim, non-citizen President Barack Obama recently added to National Monument Land by protecting an additional 1,600 acres of Northern California coastline. Obviously, he hates America.

Long-term warming likely to be significant despite recent slowdown A new study shows Earth’s climate likely will continue to warm during this century on track with previous estimates, despite the recent slowdown in the rate of global warming.

Americans taking public transit at highest rate in 57 years I know it’s hard to do for those of us living in places that don’t have – or won’t invest in – public transportation, but this is fantastic news for the rest of the country.

New Jersey blocks direct Tesla sales, as auto industry clings to old ways Boy, for all the talk about “free market” there sure are a lot of politicians involved in stopping just that.

GMO Transparency: One-Year Update It’s been a year since Whole Foods Market pledged to label products in stores by 2018 so customers can tell whether they contain GMOs (genetically modified organisms). How are they doing?

Renewable energy helps Scotland become one of the world’s wealthiest nations Scotland’s control over a quarter of Europe’s offshore wind and marine energy has helped it become one of the world’s wealthiest nations, according to new analysis released today. Maybe now Republicans will support alternative energy investments.

Have a great weekend everyone!

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