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- Burger King announced that the chickens and pigs that provide eggs and meat for their restaurants will be completely cage free by 2017. (Treehugger)
- For the first time, one of the 30-40 Amur leopards left in the world has been captured on camera. (MNN)
- Take a deep breath: the American Lung Association says U.S. air pollution is at a 10-year low, but that U.S. air quality standards are “woefully outdated.” (Christian Science Monitor)
- Canaries are no longer the only birds that should be wary of mines – especially in the American west. (New York Times)
- A new analysis suggests that a hybrid approach to farming is the only way to feed the world and preserve the environment. (Scientific American)
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