Start your day with five of today’s top green news stories.
- Move over flickering, fluorescent tubes. There’s a new plastic bulb in town. (Christian Science Monitor)
- Eek. Lobsters turn to cannibalism at night time. (National Geographic)
- A new poll finds most New Yorkers think climate change caused Hurricane Sandy. (New York Times)
- Now you can eat Obama for dinner — Etheostoma obama, that is. Hint: it’s a fish. (MNN)
- Ghana welcomes Africa’s largest solar plant. (Guardian)
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