Good morning! Check out what’s happening in the world of cool green news.
- WWF has just received a $5 million grant from Google to help fight wildlife trafficking. (Treehugger)
- What the Frack? The first peer-reviewed study linking fracking to animal health issues says fracking is making livestock sick. (MNN)
- A Bridge to Somewhere: This overpass in Wyoming is helping with pronghorn migration — and is saving human and pronghorn lives. (National Geographic)
- Savannahs that sustain African Lion populations have shrunk 75 percent of the last half-century. Is this how we treat the King of the Jungle? (Washington Post)
- Sand dunes alone will not save the day if another major coastal storm hits. (Green)
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