Don’t let a little tongue-twister keep you from reading our 5 cool green links today:
- Say this 5 times fast: Sea urchins eat invasive seaweed to save corals in Hawaii. (Exctinction Countdown)
- Your drinking water will get cleaner, thanks to new EPA guidelines on toxic chemicals. (NY Times)
- Does planting GMO crops on National Wildlife Refuge farmland make sense? (Red, Green & Blue)
- Richard Black explains why the Conservancy’s work to restore oyster reefs is so important. (Earth Watch)
- These 9 surf spots are under seige from pollution and development. (Treehugger)
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