From ugly animals to a national park on the moon, we’ve got your green news!
- Lorax wanted. Because Amazon deforestation has dramatically increased in countries outside of Brazil. (Mongabay)
- Pictures: Newly formed Ugly Animal Protection Society says these guys need saving, too. (Discovery News)
- Do we have to save one species over another to protect America’s wilderness? (NPR)
- Far out: U.S. lawmakers propose a national lunar park to protect artifacts left on the moon by NASA astronauts. (MNN)
- China and the U.S. have agreed to work together to capture carbon dioxide spewing from their respective power plants. (Bloomberg)
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