The buzz in the cool green news this morning is…
- Bees and pesticides don’t mix, and now there’s more evidence that the latter is decimating the former. (Mongabay)
- This British police officer stole hundreds of rare bird eggs from their nests — while on duty! (BBC News)
- Great (and surprising) news: The U.S. is going to come close to meeting its 2020 greenhouse gas emission target. (Scientific American)
- But the U.S. is also poised to become the world’s top oil producer, thanks (or no thanks?) to fracking. (Huffington Post)
- This rescued echidna might be the cutest/strangest mammal we’ve ever seen — and the orphan has a new home. (Huffington Post)
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