Alaskan pollock and Caribbean queen conch breathe a sigh of relief.
- The U.S. becomes the first country to impose catch limits for every species it manages. (Washington Post)
- In 2011, global media coverage on climate change was down a whopping 20%. (Mongabay)
- Where does a pearlfish hide so it’s not eaten? A sea cucumber’s bottom, of course. (BBC)
- Mexico City closes one of the world’s largest landfills. (Grist)
- 5 million trees are cut down each year to produce white pages phone books. (TreeHugger)
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