Congrats to William and Kate! We know the couple tried their best to keep it green but …
- Mostly due to air travel, the carbon footprint of the royal wedding is huge. (Treehugger)
- With the advancement in precise digital tools, why are tornadoes still so hard to predict? (New York Times)
- New evidence, in the form of an anomaly, gives clues to how the Grand Canyon was formed. (HuffPostGreen)
- An experiment suggests that ecosystem collapses could be predicted. (BBC)
- Removing nearly 30,000 “ghost pots” is helping restore crab populations in the Chesapeake. (LA Times)
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