Critical List: China makes solar power cheap; U.K. fishing fleet wastes cod
China is making solar power cheap in order to drive solar growth.
Since 1963, U.K. fishing boats have tossed $1 billion worth of dead or dying cod overboard to keep within their quotas.
In Washington State, what The New York Times calls "the largest dam removal project in American history" will destroy two dams and help salmon regrow their population.
Protected areas aren't enough to stop biodiversity from dwindling.
Vermont might not be as dedicated to freedom as New Hampshire (live free or die!), but they're still obsessed enough with civil liberties to object to smart grid technology on the grounds that it monitors users' behavior.
Andre the Turtle was wounded by a boat propeller but after being fitted with braces to pull his split shell back together, he was able to swim back into the sea.
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