Monday, December 24, 2012
Otters, climate skeptics, Tanzanian toads and the five senses
First up, two really interesting stories for my Extinction Countdown blog over at +Scientific American.
Once Extinct in the Wild, Kihansi Spray Toad Returns to Tanzania (by Way of the Bronx and Toledo)
Logging Could Doom Tiny Australian Possum to Extinction, but One Zoo Offers Hope
Next, a whole bunch of articles for +Mother Nature, covering all kinds of environmental topics:
Getting back to nature inspires creativity, new study shows
Upcoming IPCC climate change report leaked by skeptics
A legal victory for sea otters: 'No-Otter Zone' finally lifted in California
IBM predicts computers that will smell, taste, see, hear and touch
Coal plant's carbon capture project passes first 100,000-ton milestone
EPA announces new rules limiting soot pollution
Is public transportation really greener than driving?
Obamadon: Ancient, extinct lizard named after President Obama
That's it for this time. I'll be back a week from now with the final list of articles for 2012.