In today’s top 5 green news links: the combined efforts of dogs, honey bees and fig trees could save us.
- One outcome of the oil spill: the future will be full of Avatar Environmentalists. (Green Biz)
- This beats a celebrity sighting at LAX: German airports are using honey bees to monitor air quaility. (The New York Times)
- Need proof that canines are a superior species? Researchers have found that dogs are better at finding invasive plants than people. (Conservation Journal Watch)
- Plant a fig tree in Borneo and save an endangered species — could it be that easy? (Mongabay)
- And… Andy Revkin rounds up more carbon songs. (Dot Earth)
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