Our 2016 holiday themed news quiz.

Test your holiday-themed environmental news knowledge, or just gather some fun facts to help get you through awkward family dinners.

Deck the halls and test your know-it-all with our holiday inspired news quiz!


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December 22, 2016

Environmental Health News

What a year. Flint. Standing Rock. Zika. Trump. But within the firehouse of information were some nuggets of news particularly relevant this time of year.

Our morning team—up at unfair hours, putting a serious dent in the planet's (climate change-impacted!) coffee supply—puts the day's environmental and climate news into context and your inboxes 365 times a year. In 2016 our team aggregated XXXXX stories. Phew.

Test your holiday-themed environmental news knowledge, or just gather some fun facts to help get you through awkward family dinners.

Happy holidays from all of us at Environmental Health News and The Daily Climate.

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