Tyrannosaurus Rex’s worst nightmare is in today’s green news.
- T-Rex was relegated to the shadows when this newly-discovered giant came thudding by. (Salt Lake Tribune)
- A U.S. power company has pled guilty to the wind farm-related deaths of golden eagles in Wyoming. (Christian Science Monitor)
- Sharks rejoice! Indonesia’s national airline has banned the transport of fins from their flights. (Mongabay)
- The U.S. is losing coastal wetlands at a rate of seven football fields per hour. (NPR)
- How to feed a growing number of mouths? Here are six sustainable ways to feed 11 billion people. (MNN)
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