It’s an interesting day in the world of Cool Green news. Check it out!
- African Lions are moving close to U.S. Endangered Species Act protection. (Scientific American)
- Did you know there are drunken forests? And they’re related to a “permafrost problem” (and, of course, climate change)? (Green)
- And in other climate change news: could marine cloud machines cool the planet? (Mongabay)
- We can now add the world’s largest freshwater ecosystem to the list of places affected by plastic pollution. (Discovery News)
- Huge, new levees in New Orleans are almost finished — but they’ll require major funding for upkeep. (Huffington Post)
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