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The Green Life: Daily Roundup

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November 17, 2008

Daily Roundup

Detroit Details: As Congress hashes out a possible rescue plan for American automakers, Sierra Club Executive Director Carl Pope dishes the scoop you won't hear from the media. Taking the Initiative

Water Worries: Recent research links hydraulic fracturing, a drilling process used to access natural gas, to contaminated water. Of course, it's hard to connect the dots when even the EPA doesn't know what's in the drilling fluids. Scientific American

Top Videos: If the old saying, "we will conserve only what we love" is correct, then a collection of funny, cute, and disturbing animal videos is clearly a conservation tool, not just a fun way to use your bandwidth. Wired

Landlocked: A bill that would protect hundreds of miles of public land will be shelved till next year. Despite bipartisan support in committee, a filibuster threat has stalled progress. Grist

Oil Yo-yo: The United States goes "from shock to trance" when it comes to oil, President-elect Barack Obama said on "60 Minutes." Can we break the cycle? Dot Earth


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