There are lots of climate change updates in today’s green news.
- Humans are living longer these days, and guess what that means for endangered species? (UC Davis)
- Nearly one year after Hurricane Sandy hit, New Jersey residents want their politicians to do something about climate change. (Bloomberg)
- Love fish for dinner? Here are some things you should know about your restaurant/grocery store choices. (NPR)
- Unprecedented changes in climate are coming very soon for the tropics, and for Washington, D.C., by 2047. (Washington Post)
- A legally binding treaty to help curb worldwide mercury pollution is being signed. (BBC News)
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