The really strange cao vit gibbon (see video above) has received a new protective reserve in Vietnam — good thing, too, because there are just 110 left. Read all this morning’s hot green news below:
- How do monarch butterflies migrate to the same location in Mexico every winter? Through a clock in their antennae, says a new study in Science. (Hat tip: Wired Science.)
- Can a film change a country’s attitude to climate change? The new movie “The Age of Stupid” (about a man in the future bemoaning why humans didn’t address climate change) has spawned a new movement to cut carbon emissions in the UK that’s really gaining traction in the British government, reports Triple Pundit. (Read more about the 10:10 Campaign.)
- What’s the new Los Angeles when it comes to greenhouse gas pollution? Denver, says a new study in Environmental Science and Technology, reports The Daily Green. (L.A. came in second. Barcelona, my favorite city, came in last — because everyone there walks everywhere…when they’re not running you down with a scooter.)
- Two of the strangest (and most endangered) primates around have received new protective reserves in China and Vietnam, reports Mongabay.
- How can we keep Earth sustainable? Don’t cross nine planetary “boundaries” (such as ocean phosphorus on levels and species extinction rates), says a new study in Nature. Bad news: We’ve crossed three already. (Hat tip: Journal Watch Online.)
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