Today’s green news gives us the shakes.
- Oklahoma Geological Survey has found that hydraulic fracturing may have triggered small earthquakes in Oklahoma. (Climate Progress)
- Could an artificial cave in Tennessee help protect bats from white-nose syndrome? (Scientific American)
- No longer just a mirage in the desert: Morocco to host the first solar and windfarm across North Africa and the Middle East. (Guardian)
- More than 50 tons of plastic went into making this first recycled bridge in Europe. (Grist)
- A $2 million florist bill OR 2 million trees planted in the Brazil rainforest? We think this is an easy decision, Kim Kardashian! (MTV Act)
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