Sanjayan, Mark Zuckerberg and 17 Nobel laureates… some interesting characters top today’s green news headlines:
- Coral reefs could save your life so let’s return the favor, says Conservancy lead scientist Sanjayan. (HuffPost)
- Are you a victim of seafood fraud? New research shows 20 to 25 percent of fish are mislabeled. (The New York Times)
- 17 Nobel laureates (aka, the smartest people on the planet) are calling for action to “stop and reverse global environmental change.” (RealClimate)
- Would you take the Zuckerberg personal challenge and only eat animals you kill yourself? (Treehugger)
- The great snipe is chubby but speedy–this shorebird makes the fastest long-distance, nonstop flights of any animal. (Wired)
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