From rehabbing injured birds to why your airport runway might need to get longer soon…it’s another action-packed best-daily-green-link roundup known in these parts as Cool Green Morning:
- Ever find an injured wild bird and not know what to do? 10,000 Birds now features a very informative Wild Bird Rescue 101. (Rule #2: Never try to put water down a bird’s throat. We could have guessed that wouldn’t work…)
- Global warming has made the Arctic Earth’s newest open ocean — The New York Times reports that two cargo ships have crossed the Arctic from South Korea to Rotterdam, the first recorded commercial shipment from Asia to Europe via the Arctic.
- The Arctic is also undergoing big ecosystem changes due to climate change, says a new study in Science magazine — including a plummet in caribou calf survival in Greenland because peak plant growth there is now out of sync with the calving season. (Hat tip: Journal Watch Online.)
- Weird effect #19,834 of climate change: It could mean that airport’s current runways will become too short, reports Bright Green Blog. (Planes take longer to take off when it’s warmer and more humid.)
- The Japanese dolphin-hunting town of Taiji featured in the hit movie “The Cove” will go ahead with its annual hunt of Flippers despite the film’s popularity. (Hat tip: Grist.)
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