Urban coyotes, oxen for dinner and chimpanzees that innovate — we’ve got your cool green news this morning.
- Wile E. Coyote they aren’t: Urban coyotes are becoming more prevalent. Can we live with them? (Green)
- The climate scientist who shared the Nobel Peace Prize with Al Gore has sued multiple organizations for defamation. (MNN)
- A college plans to slaughter and serve a pair of oxen in Vermont that live on a sustainable farm, amid protests. (NPR)
- They may not be behind the mini-iPad, but chimpanzees are innovators — and they’re improving all the time. (Discovery)
- The debates are finally over and many are wondering why the deafening silence on climate change. (Treehugger)
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