Your Morning Green News

Here’s your morning green news, straight off the Internet press:

So there’s some good reading for you over your morning coffee (if you’re in a timezone where it’s morning…). We’ll be back tomorrow – have a great day!

Green News Roundup

Here are a few nuggets panned from the RSS River of News:

Green News Roundup

Highlights from the 100+ feeds we follow:

Green News Roundup

Here’s a list of highlights from the 100+ news sources and green blogs we follow:

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Green News Roundup

As part of writing this blog I follow a large number of other blogs and news sources — in fact I have over 100 of them in my RSS reader right now (thanks Google Reader!).

So, each week I’ll filter through them so you don’t have to and I’ll give you just the highlights -

(Also, if you blog on a topic that might be interesting to our readers, please leave a comment with your URL and I’ll add your site to the ones I follow – and if you’re nice I’ll add you to the blogroll on the site too!)

So here are highlights from the RSS Stream of News for July 31st, 2007:

Wherever it appears, factory farming has two notable effects. It threatens the environment, because of huge concentrations of animal manure and lax regulation. And it threatens local political control. Residents who want a say over whether and where factory farms, whose stench can be overwhelming, can be built find their voices drowned out by the industry’s cash and lobbying clout.