WAKE UP CALL: Start your day right with GRID's grab bag of sustainability news

New vending machines in Miami / Image via blogs.miaminewtimes.comVending machines stocked with healthy (often local) options, like yogurt parfaits and wraps, are rolling out in Miami-Dade schools this fall. New Times Miami

School district in Greeley, Colo. joins the “back-to-scratch” school lunch movement; here 60 percent of students qualify for free or reduced-price meals. New York Times

What Shell’s drilling off the remote northwest Alaskan coast means for the environment and people who call the region home. Washington Post

Consolidation is king in the American beer industry—Anheuser-Busch InBev and SAB Miller produce 80 percent of beer consumed here (infographics included!). Mother Jones

The Irrawaddy dolphins of the Mekong River are on the brink of extinction: current population is estimated to be 85. Guardian

Mark Ruffalo, actor and activist, speaks out against the proposed tar sands pipeline and calls for action by attending a peaceful protest next week in Washington D.C. Grist