Around The Greenosphere: Weekly Link Roundup

  • For all of our Southern California readers: to celebrate Stremick’s Heritage Foods “#1 Tasting Organic Milk in America” Award by American Masters of Taste, Heritage Foods is offering a coupon of $1.00 off a gallon of Heritage Foods Organic Milk. Visit this link to print out the coupon. Heritage Organic Milk is “certified organic,” which means that a third-party agency inspects the milk and guarantees the cows are fed only naturally grown corn and grain, and graze on pastures that are free from synthetic pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers. The Real California Seal certifies that Heritage Organic Milk is 100% from California dairy farms and meets standards that offer improved taste and nutritional benefits.
  • Endangered Spaces has a post about the adverse effects junk mail (and the tons of it received in millions of households yearly) has on the environment and the creatures who inhabit it (including us!). Visit the site to learn sign a petition to support a Do Not Mail Registry.
  • TreeHugger has an informative article about how Mexican glaciers are beginning to join the ranks of those glaciers deteriorating due to climate change and global warming.
  • has information about a partnership between MTV and Ashoka to sponsor a challenge for young people to come up with creative ideas for how they can make the planet “cooler or greener.” MTV and Ashoka GenV will contribute up to $1,000.00 in seed funding and help get the venture off the ground, and possibly feature the venture on a program airing on MTV in 2009.

Happy! Weekend, all. Stay warm and safe out there.

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