In today’s green news, we learn another clever use for an old toothbrush.
- Hurricane Isaac washes up an unwanted guest: remnants of the Gulf oil spill. (Huffington Post Green)
- How do astronauts fix space station problems? With a toothbrush, of course. (Scientific American)
- Floating airports — the future of airline travel. (TreeHugger)
- Climate change declared “one of the most serious public health threats facing our nation.” (Green)
- The rarest large mammal on Earth, the Javan rhino, clings to survival. (Guardian)
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