Click List: September 24, 2010

Sep 24, 2010
Originally from Nashville, Toby is very social and loves media.

Stories from around the Web that inform, incense, and inspire us here at TakePart:

Climate Change: Coal demand in India might triple in the next two decades, leading the nation to consume more than 2 billion metric tons of coal by 2030. [Business Week]

Deforestation: Conservation Minnesota and Yellow Pages Association have joined forces on a new website that allows consumers to opt out of receiving phone books. [My Fox Twin Cities]

Conservation: A woman in Montana used a large zucchini to fend off a bear attack. [Seattle Times]

Immigration: Comedy Central host Stephen Colbert testified before Congress, presenting his "Protecting America's Harvest" initiative. Seriously. [Huffington Post]

Death Penalty: Teresa Lewis is the first woman to be executed in the United States in five years. [USA Today]

Food Industry: McDonald's snack wraps are about to get supersized, increasing in calories and price. [Chicago Sun Times]

Substance Abuse: Lindsay Lohan has been ordered to go directly to jail after failing a drug test. [CNN]

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