We’re ending the month of September with some good reads on issues like coexisting with keystone species and sinkholes. Yikes.
- Here are five big takeaways from the IPCC’s big global warming report on Friday. (National Geographic)
- The Bayou Corne Sinkhole: growing bigger and dividing a town, in the process. (New York Times)
- Can Burmese pythons in the Everglades be lured into traps? Pretty much everyone hopes so… (Christian Science Monitor)
- A commercial freighter completed the first-ever voyage through the Northwest Passage this week. (NPR)
- Can ranchers coexist with coyotes? In California, an innovative method is showing it’s possible. (MNN)
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