Apparently it’s not a cool green morning in Greenland.
- NASA reports “unprecedented,” “extraordinary” ice melt in Greenland. (Grist)
- The U.S. throws $11.4 billion in the trash every year. (Treehugger)
- Underwater sea lab that helps us understand oceans gets axed due to budget cuts. (Washington Post)
- Mysterious, colorful lobsters are being caught more often, and no one knows why. (Discovery News)
- Some of the world’s biggest companies are now mapping where our limited water resources exist — will this help them sustainably use it, or grab it faster? (Scientific American)
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