Critical List: Carbon dioxide hits 400 ppm in the Arctic; bedbugs don’t like boozy blood
Carbon dioxide levels in the Arctic have reached 400 parts per million (ppm). Once upon a time, they were 275 ppm. 350 ppm is considered a decent level to aim for these days.
Peanut butter and deli meats have traces of flame retardant in them.
Fishing fleets don’t care what regulators say — they’ll fish where they want.
Last year’s cold summer meant that there were a fifth fewer butterflies around.
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Bedbugs will stay away from you if you go to bed drunk. It’s not fail-safe, and we’re not advocating this; just wanted to spread the word.