It’s a bright, shiny green morning here:
- Climate scientists say Chicago will get warmer and wetter—and urban planners are taking heed of the warning. (The New York Times)
- Meanwhile, the Australia Climate Commission projects global sea-level rise will be higher than previously thought. (BBC)
- Get the latest update on declining bats, penguins and lemurs. (Extinction Countdown)
- How could fewer people mean LESS biodiversity in Mexico? (Conservation Journal Watch)
- Barcodes on trees could help save rainforests in war-torn Liberia. (YaleE360)
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