The green news today is chock full of stories that raised our eyebrows.
- Taking a stand: college campuses around the U.S. are divesting from fossil-fuel firms to combat climate change. (Washington Post)
- They may seem slow and awkward, but seahorses are super stealthy hunters. (BBC News)
- The headline says it all: China’s pet dogs may save wild tigers. (Scientific American)
- This U.S. island is so polluted by plastic that it may soon become a Superfund site. (MNN)
- When states run out of funding to fight wildfires, prison inmates to the rescue. (New York Times)
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