In today’s green news, a giant deep sea fish, a deficit of nature and something for which to check food labels.
- There’s a fox in the hen house…err, in the white house gardens, and the shutdown means it stays for now. (Atlantic Monthly)
- Airborne agricultural pollution is threatening national parks across the country. (LA Times)
- Check your food labels for this oil, because it’s destroying rainforests in Indonesia. (New York Times)
- Holy oarfish! This 18-foot, rarely seen, deep sea creature was found off California’s coast. (National Geographic)
- Nature deficit disorder is “damaging” children. Get them outside! (BBC News)
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