From moonbirds to green jobs, here’s your morning dose of green news.
- B95, or “Moonbird” — A famous red knot – is back in the Delaware Bay, located by the same biologist who banded it 19 years ago! (Green)
- The Prius is now the world’s third top-selling car. (Bloomberg)
- Give local residents a say on how forests are used, and you’ll reduce deforestation and climate change. (Washington Post)
- Looking for a new job? Here are five surprisingly green ones. (National Geographic)
- Waste not, want not: If you’re a Massachusetts business, much of your food waste will soon be composted for green energy. (GreenBiz)
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