Another compelling reason for why not to cut down the world’s rain forests is in today’s green news.
- An expedition to some of the planet’s most remote and unexplored rain forests has found 60 new species! (National Geographic)
- Stink bugs are coming, but workers who count this invasive insect are furloughed. (Consumer Reports)
- When the ocean is a desert, this creature helps coral reefs thrive. (BBC News)
- These 14 inventions were inspired by the greatest and most successful “machine” in the universe: Nature. (Bloomberg)
- Let’s meet the man who made sea-level rise disappear in North Carolina. (MNN)
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