D-Day: 69 years ago today, Operation Overlord began. So let’s talk Normandy in today’s green news.
- The Bay of Seine – a place of great significance for WWII – is being sited for a wind farm. (The Independent)
- Speaking of invasions, Asian carp are threatening major fisheries in the Great Lakes – but this Chinese firm thinks they can assist in the battle. (Christian Science Monitor)
- They say the United States’ “invented environmental dumping” and that’s reason enough to continue to ban fracking in France. (Bloomberg)
- 10 consequences of this late spring (which appears to be a somewhat global thing). (BBC News)
- What’s the happiest nation in the world (and in part due to a clean environment)? (National Geographic)
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