4. Japan’s Whale Slaughter Included 122 Pregnant Minke Females
5. Straws, Bottle Caps, and Polyester Are the New Targets of California’s Environmental Movement
The straw that stirs New York City’s drink will soon be made of paper, if a group of City Council members has anything to say about it. On Wednesday, Councilman Rafael Espinal announced that he is introducing a new bill to the chamber that would ban all food and drink establishments in the city from offering customers any straw or stirrer made of plastic or any other nonbiodegradable material.
8. New Study – Whale Sharks Still Endangered
9. Greenland Swims Upstream – Signs Salmon Agreement with Far-reaching, International Ramifications
10. United Nations / World Environment Day Inspired – Campaign Takes Off
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