Welp, the shutdown is over. Any lasting effects in the science world? We’re here to report.
- The world’s largest fast food enterprise is taking a green step forward in the world of trash. (Environment News Service)
- The damaging effects to science because of the government shutdown will continue to last. (Scientific American)
- And the damage to our national parks? The shutdown cost many of them hundreds of thousands — even millions — of dollars. (Huffington Post)
- The home to nearly a quarter of endangered mountain gorillas seems like a great place to drill for oil, right? Right? (MNN)
- Kenya is attempting a new, tech-savvy way to stop rhino poaching. (Times Live)
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