Critical List: Selenium dumping gives fish two heads; Germany to cut solar subsidies
A mining company in Idaho wants to keep dumping selenium into local creeks, even after its scientific study turned up these two-headed trout and other deformed fish.
A judge found BP liable for civil damages in the 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill, meaning the company could pay billions in penalties.
Germany is cutting solar subsidies … because they have so much solar power already.
Four out of five wolves that were released near the U.S.-Mexico border as part of a reintroduction program are now dead.
Ireland may have to sell trees for timber in order to deal with its financial troubles.
Gardening may be therapeutic for people suffering from PTSD or depression.
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