Today’s green news is all about how to save nature. Literally.
- Putting a value on nature may be the best way to save it. (BBC News)
- Which would be great for these 2,370 irreplaceable places. (MNN)
- The catastrophic Gulf oil spill will affect the deep layers of the ocean for years to come. (Mongabay)
- Splenda may be good for your coffee but it’s not good for the Earth. (Grist)
- How to stop the illegal wildlife trade from funding terrorist groups. (Scientific American)
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