It was a busy week at the keyboard, so we have an astounding 16 articles here to inform and entertain you.
First up, we have three articles for Scientific American. There are normally two of these, but one got help up over the weekend, so this week you get three:
Turtles in trouble: New report identifies the 25 most endangered turtle species
Large ocean fish could be gone by 2050, study says [This was the most popular story on their site for a day or two]
Nationwide search leads to rediscovery of five frog species in India
Next up, a fun and inspiring feature for Tonic.com, my first for them in about two months.
Comic Strip Fans Team Up to Fight Parkinson's Disease
This brings us to several news stories for Mother Nature Network, half of which continue the story of the university tree murders from last week.
Take a cruise to the North Pacific garbage patch
Auburn tree-killing suspect living in car, bathing in creek
MillerCoors donates $80,000 to benefit local river organizations
Auburn University students rally, raise money for poisoned trees
Oh, and one of my previous stories for MNN was picked up The Miami Herald this week.
Green Hands USA keeps on chugging along. Here are six new / newly edited articles from this past week:
Earn Money by Recycling Your Empty Inkjet Cartridges
Five Energy Vampires in Your Home
Five Green Devices Every Home Should Have
Challenge Your Neighbors to an Energy Bill Reduction Contest
Travel Greener: Stay at an Energy Star Hotel
How Green Is Your Commute? Find Out Now
And finally this week, here's a new book review for Graphic Novel Reporter:
X-9: Secret Agent Corrigan, Vol. One: 1967–1969