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· January, 2007

Stories about Environment from January, 2007

Russia: Amber

Russia: On Economy

India: Wild Owls in Kashmir

Ghana: It's Harmattan again, Re-denomination of Ghanian Currency Looms Large, Why the Ghanian Worker Wants to Leave, and 82 Steps to Renew a Visa

Ghana is currently experiencing a harmattan, and this state of play evidently does not escape the comment of Leanne, of An American in Africa, who explains how the harmattan, which...

The Iranian Nuclear Crisis

The United Nations Security Council unanimously voted to impose sanctions against Iran over its failure to halt its uranium enrichment programme on December 23, 2006. Despite the gravity of the...

Latvia: Border Dispute

French Guiana: Aerial Shots of Cayenne and the Forest

Barbados Free Press: The Great Barbados landslip of 1901

Bahamas: Inspired by Wangari Maathai

Aruba: National park photos

Palestinian Blogger Without Electricity

Kazakhstan: Foreigners & Oil

Kenya: another torch is possible

Madagascar: Forest = Pharmacy

Brazilian Blogs on Chávez, Lula and the Mercosur Summit

Presidents from most South American countries are gathered in Rio de Janeiro for a meeting of the Mercosur trading group, and Hugo Chavez is again the attention drawer. Local bloggers...

Chile: A Ride for the Climate

Image from French Guiana: Mind Your Kids

From the French Guiana forest, this sign captured by Photoblog sur la Guyane Francaise reads (Fr): “Look after your kids or … keep them on a leash.”

Russia: No Snow in Moscow

Lebanon: A Bouquet of Topics

A variety of subjects were brought up in the Lebanese blogosphere this week. Following are some of the topics with links to selected posts about each. Hope you enjoy reading...

China: is Chinese peasant stupid

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