Only one day left in 2009 to catch the hottest green news links. See you in 2010!
- Treehugger offers up nine hopeful predictions for 2010. (Treehugger)
- Volunteers from 35 countries are on the lookout for the slender-billed curlew, last seen in 2001. (Extinction Countdown)
- Those pretty little (or not-so-little) home aquariums of tropical fish could be fueling the collapse of a Florida fishery. (Conservation Journal Watch)
- London has launched a new plan to ensure there will be charging stations within one mile of all residents by 2015. (EcoGeek)
- Scientists say that increased carbon dioxide emissions are causing the oceans to be louder. (New York Times)
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