I don’t know what to say about this morning’s hot 5 green links. You’re just going to have to shake your head in amazement for yourself:
- John Deere’s support of climate and energy legislation is the target of TV attack ads. (CleanTechnica)
- Wildlife-friendly oil palm plantations? Not so wildlife-friendly, says a new study. (Conservation Maven)
- Another cheery new study: Millions of Australian reptiles fall into abandoned mine shafts every year (and don’t get out). (Conservation Maven)
- Can the climate crisis be rebranded? (As “Energy Quest”?) (Triple Pundit)
- A dwarf lemur is rediscovered…100 years after it was last spotted. (Mongabay)
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