When you see the word “Amazon,” what comes to mind?
- The giant internet retailer put in a bid for “.amazon” cyberspace, and neither Brazil nor Peru is pleased. (Guardian)
- Why is Hurricane Sandy debris removal in NYC nearly twice the national average? (The New York Times)
- Big agriculture is fighting to keep prying eyes out of slaughterhouses and factory farms. (Grist)
- EPA says tar sands oil pipelines need to be held to higher standards because that stuff is really hard to clean up. (NPR)
- Coyotes on trains? Goats on school buses? Check out these 5 animals caught “commuting.” (National Geographic)
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