If you’ve ever been hankering to scuba dive a coral reef, now you can. No, really – right now!
- Google now offers virtual dives of the world’s coral reefs. (MNN)
- 20 governments agree that 100 million people will die by 2030 if the world doesn’t tackle climate change. (Scientific American)
- Windows that produce electricity? Laptops whose covers act as chargers? UCLA’s transparent solar film could make it possible. (LA Times)
- In New Mexico, we’re burning a forest to save it. (Green)
- Now is the moment to get children playing outside again. (Guardian)
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