This morning, we’ve got muddy waters on our radar.
- Did you know that farms were largely exempt from the 1972 Clean Water Act’s policies to limit agricultural runoff? Neither did we. (Green)
- Costa Rica has banned hunting as a sport. (Guardian)
- A new robot in Japan is ready to clean up Fukushima–and you can watch it perform its tasks. (Treehugger)
- Fish Fraud: Don’t be so sure that the sushi toro you ordered is, in fact, tuna. (NPR)
- The city of Indianapolis plans to replace its entire city car fleet with electric, plug-in hybrids by 2025. (Washington Post)
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