The Weekly Round Up: June 4-10


go Hi again.  It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these, but now that I’ve got internet, I’m back here on a Saturday to bother you with all of the environmental news I found interesting this week.  There was a lot that went on this week, what with it being World Environment Day on Monday, Canadian Environment Week, and World Oceans Day on Thursday.  Outside of all of that, there were ancient birds, Macron trolling Trump, and whales in NYC.  So let’s dive in! Continue reading

The Weekly Round Up: April 10- May 6

What?!?!?!?  A new Weekly Round Up?  But we haven’t had one of these in weeks???  After dropping the ball for a few weeks, it’s back baby, in all its glory.  I’ve scoured the internet and grabbed for you a group of environmental news stories that I think you’ll enjoy.  I’m talking fish eyeball parasites, CRISPR-HIV research, and a pretty damn cool cuttlefish battle.  So let’s dive in! Continue reading

The Weekly Round Up: January 4-9


New year, new round up.  Although, I guess, last week was also a round up in a new year… And there’s nothing really especially “new” about this round up, except of course that it’s the news of this week.  But it always is, so it’s like the run of the mill weekly round up new.  Anyways, what I’m trying to say is that it’s a new year and a new news week.  Moving along, this week’s weekly round up is all over the place.  We’ve got lawsuits, geological epochs, chickens, and the FBI.  It’s been something, so let’s dive right in. Continue reading