I’m heading to the store for eggs, milk and some solar panels:
- To fight the worst drought in 60 years China approves $1 billion in emergency water aid. (Guardian)
- A bizarre mammal is filmed using its quills to communicate. (BBC)
- A supermarket chain in England will start selling solar panels. (Treehugger)
- Tiny LED holiday bulbs contain arsenic, lead and a dozen other potentially hazardous substances. (Green House)
- See an image showing thousands of new stars emerging in glowing nebula. (Wired)
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