Like to drink orange juice in the morning? Then you’ll be interested in today’s green news.
- A new invasive bug in Florida is threatening the state’s citrus crop. (NPR)
- Experts and journalists have weighed in, and here are four key moments of Obama’s climate change speech. (TreeHugger)
- Did extreme weather cause a tsunami in New Jersey? (Huffington Post)
- Since when did feeding birds constitute a charge of illegally feeding wildlife? (MNN)
- Can sharks in the Gulf and off Cuba’s coast be saved by a sustainable fishery? (Scientific American)
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