Monday, May 18, 2015

A new metaphor for climate change (and other stuff, too)

Here's the best quote from this week's articles:

"The only way we’re going to save biodiversity is if we realize that we can save biodiversity."

That's a quote from shark expert Nick Dulvy, which appears the first of this week's two articles for TakePart:

Fewer Sharks Are Being Caught—and That's Not Good News

A New Kind of Artificial Reef Is Saving Fish

Then there are these two articles for Scientific American, in which I coin a new metaphor for the dangers of climate change:

Great News for Lions, Terrible News for Rhinos

Damselfly in Distress: Water Shortages and Cannabis Threaten African Insect 

That's it for this week. I'm working away on about a million, jillion other articles, some of which will appear this week, others of which won't see print until September. No matter when they appear, you can follow along at home as I post the headlines on Twitter.

See you next Monday!

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