It’s just another cool green (and wet) Monday.
- Isaac could turn into a hurricane and hit New Orleans — 7 years to the day after Hurricane Katrina wreaked havoc on the city. (Scientific American)
- Boston and New York are also working on not becoming Atlantis. (Grist)
- Former NBA star Yao Ming is helping his country make the connection between an ivory carving and the carcass of an elephant. (Guardian)
- The Woodland Trust’s photography contest results connects the public with their local woodlands — with beautiful images! (BBC Nature)
- An aerial survey in Belize shows an (encouraging) record number of manatees in the area. (National Geographic)
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