Today it's a special Earth Day edition of your Cup o' Links! Let's start with I Love the World. Warning: earworm.
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Ten sites to help you celebrate the best Earth Day ever. From government information to environmental organizations to kids' activities, you'll find something you didn't know about the environment.
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5 Habits for Greener Computing. Yes, even people who never go outside can do their part.
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Green Funerals. Funeral directors in Britain are leading the way in ways to leave less of a footprint when you take your final steps.
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The Color of Plants on Other Worlds. Light of any color could power photosynthesis, so yellow mountains' majesty or purple waves of grain would be possible.
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A Human Stop-Motion Snake. This guy has quite a following, so to speak.
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Why don't we use more solar power? Our ability to harness the sun is not yet efficient enough for our needs, but it's a start.
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The US Leads the World in Growth of Wind Power Use. Germany is still #1, but we could outstrip them in two years.
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The things we can do as individuals to help the environment seem like a drop in the bucket. Even though we don't admit it out loud, the question we confront is: Why Bother?
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The moving rocks of Death Valley. Rocks up to 700 pounds move so slowly that no one can see it happen, or figure out how they do it.