We’ve got a case of the cool green Mondays:
- Check out this fabulous op-ed on the Gulf of Mexico, co-authored by Mike Beck, our very own marine scientist. (New York Times)
- The New Republic‘s Bradford Plumer ponders the “what ifs” that could’ve maybe– or maybe not at all– saved climate legislation. (The Vine)
- Researchers have rediscovered an endangered otter in Borneo. (Mongabay)
- Water shortages threaten development in China. (YaleE360)
- Okay, we’re still mourning the Senate bill, but what’s next for climate and energy? (Dot Earth)
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