Eco-News Roundup: Thursday September 3

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Sunny Side Up: Kevin Drum is still optimistic about healthcare reform.

Cove-rt Action: The Japanese village featured in The Cove has yet to start its dolphin hunting season. [MongaBay]

Dumping the PO: Will Obama dump the public option?

Chemicals 101: A former educator has a revolutionary idea: build classrooms free of chemicals and see what happens. [Chapel Hill News]

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