In today’s green news, whales, chimps and cows – oh my!
- A pod of pilot whales is stranded off the Everglades’ coast and marine experts are trying to figure out why. (CBS Miami)
- Should chimps have human rights? If that will free this one from a captive shed, then yes, says the Nonhuman Rights Project. (MNN)
- What do gassy cattle have to do with extracting natural gas? Turns out, quite a bit. (Christian Science Monitor)
- Early warning systems are key to saving us from the nasty effects of climate change, says a new study. (Bloomberg)
- A new startup could making purchasing solar energy as easy as booking travel. (Huffington Post)
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