Alright, listen: The world is not going to end this month–but it looks like the sky will fall.
- Good news for skygazers: Many experts predict the sky will be raining meteors this month. (MNN)
- Rainforests are being burned for palm oil, destroying rare orangutan habitat and exacerbating climate change. (Scientific American)
- Ecodiplomacy: U.S. Embassies around the world are working to conserve energy and water in host nations. (Green)
- Strange, beautiful and unexpected: See planned cities from space. (Wired)
- Apparently that horror movie The Fog was a forewarning: Scientists have discovered mercury in cloud banks. (National Geographic)
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