Strange fish, futuristic histories, and a debunking of the Gaia hypothesis — just part of another 5 green daily stories you shouldn’t miss:
- Watch first-ever video of the strange and ginormous oarfish in its natural, deep-ocean setting. (BBC Earth News)
- Every one of the United States gets two senators. Is that why the country lags on better environmental policy? (CleanTechnica)
- Read a new history of the climate wars — from the perspective of the year 2210. (Dot Earth)
- Arizona pulls out of cap-and-trade — does that mean California has to, too? (The Vine)
- Is life on earth inherently self-destructive? Welcome to the Medea Hypothesis — the opposite of the Gaia hypothesis. (Bright Green Blog)
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