The world gets a little greener every day:
- Tree enthusiasts want to clone redwoods to help fight climate change. (The New York Times)
- Good news for one of the last intact rainforests in Cambodia: the gov’t has cancelled plans for a titanium mine there. (YaleE360)
- Abandonded dumps can serve as refuges for native species, as this study shows.(Conservation Journal Watch)
- What’s worse for the climate, coal or natural gas? A new study has the surprising answer. (Grist)
- In the wake of disaster, Australia sees an opportunity: rebuild green. (Huffington Post)
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