Green News For The Weekend Volume 339

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Did you survive Thanksgiving? Hope so! Enjoy this Friday with some green news and stay away from the malls. It’s strange that in America we give so much thanks on one day which is followed by a day trampling each other to buy a TV.

These are the most energy efficient states in America I’ll give you a quick peek: the top three states are Massachusetts, California and New York.

California water woes hit hard in driest year on record California’s driest year on record has left water reservoirs so depleted some farmers may have access to just 5 percent of the water they normally use. Not good.

Study Confirms Need to Cut CO2 as Well as Short-Lived Pollutants We need aggressive cuts in both carbon dioxide (CO2) and short-lived climate pollutants (SLCPs) in order to survive in the long run. It is not looking all that promising for the future of the human race.

Bloomberg Wants Restaurants to Compost Outgoing Mayor Bloomberg has been on a roll lately, trying to enact policies that – while controversial – are actually good for us all, and this latest interest of his is no different. He wants restaurants to start composting food and food scraps, and for good reason; it would divert a large amount of waste away from the city’s landfills.

Patagonia Subverts Black Friday with this Short Film “Released as an antidote to the Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping frenzy, Worn Wear is an invitation to celebrate the stuff you already own.” – Patagonia

Hope you all have a wonderful weekend.

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