Yes, we’re in that post-holiday daze that comes from too much egg nog, but we’re still here to give you a quick scoop on the top 5 green news stories of the day:
- Environmental journalism is losing one of its best reporters — Andy Revkin has left the New York Times to work at Pace University. But his great blog, Dot Earth, lives on.
- Is climate change skepticism the result of the “biggest public relations campaign” ever?(Bright Green Blog)
- A new study says animals and plants will have to migrate up to a quarter of a mile a year because of climate change (Christian Science Monitor).
- Will relocating 4 of the world’s remaining 8 northern white rhinos from captivity to the wild save the species from extinction, or is it “too little too late”? (Extinction Countdown)
- See incredible, just-released photos of rare Antarctic sea life taken by an international research team (Treehugger).
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