On the first Autumn weekday of 2013, we’ve got quite the green news roundup for you.
- The Nature Conservancy and Rare have agreed to merge. (The Nature Conservancy)
- Can’t a nuclear plant catch a break? Fukushima hit by a typhoon and, yes, another earthquake. (Grist)
- Do you live in one of the most energy-efficient states? Check out the rankings. (National Geographic)
- Colorado road repairs are beginning on the 500 miles of roadways and 50 bridges destroyed during the flood. (Huffington Post)
- Oxfam says climate change is worsening hunger around the world. (Bloomberg)
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Tags: Bloomberg, Climate Change, colorado road repairs, energy-efficient states, floods, Fukushima, Grist, Huffington Post, hunger, merger, National Geographic, Nature Conservancy, nuclear plant, Oxfam, RARE