Most Huggable: An Undiscovered Amazon, Green Sunscreen, Super-Sized Climate Change + More

An un-contacted tribe is found in the Amazon—another forest community threatened by illegal logging.

The Green Parent dishes out the eco-scoop on sunscreen.

More links are made between the increase in waistlines and climate change.

A recent study predicts that the global carbon market will be worth 3.1 trillion dollars by 2020.

Plans are in order to power up planes with algae.

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Tags: Airplanes | Algae | Brazil | Carbon Sequestration | Deforestation

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