It’s Friday, Friday, gotta get green news on Friday (sorry):
- Our president/CEO Mark Tercek writes about sharks, healthy marine ecosystems and the beautiful Palmyra Atoll. (Huffington Post Green)
- Students at one university are using Twitter to monitor bird behavior. (DotEarth)
- A new study says that climate change is responsible for poor harvests, food shortages and high prices. (New York Times)
- Executive Order 13154 basically forces federal agencies to lease more fuel-efficient vehicles, ultimately saving taxpayers $9 million and 2.4 million gallons of gas per year. (CleanTechnica)
- Are “blimp-like hybrid airships” the alternative air travel of the future? (YaleE360)
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