Toads, dolphins and offshore drilling– oh my! You’ll find it all in this roundup of the morning’s coolest, greenest news:
- This just in: Obama OKs offshore drilling in large sections of the Alaskan, Atlantic and Gulf coasts. (Grist)
- A new study shows that the reproduction rate of dolphins in the Mississippi Sound spiked post-Hurricane Katrina. (Journal Watch Online)
- Europe could be totally powered by renewable energy by 2050. Jealous? (The Vine)
- The science of genomics is helping researchers figure out the biological effects of climate change and develop new biofuels. (Red, Green and Blue)
- Toads can predict earthquakes, says a new report. (Guardian)
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