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· September, 2007

Stories about Environment from September, 2007

29 September 2007

Taiwan: Whose land?

The indigenous Smangus people consider a wind-fall beech tree is in their territory, but the Forestry Bureau doesn't agree. Bloggers discuss, how do we decide who is the owner of...

28 September 2007

Arabeyes: Meet Maryanne Stroud Gabbani

Egypt-based blogger Maryanne Stroud Gabbani started blogging in 2003 at the age of 54, after becoming frustrated with trying to answer people individually regarding how it was that she was...

Ghana: Did God save the Akosombo Dam?

We start off this week’s review with Ghana’s electricity crisis, which started in August 2006, but has seen a considerable improvement almost a year later. Could it be because priests...

Taiwan: 3 Billion Wind Power Investment

Syria: Scenes from North Aleppo

China: Three Gorges’ Environmental Problem

Chile: Decision for Nuclear Energy

25 September 2007

Paraguay: Dealings of Petropar

Environment: Final thoughts on “Live from the UN”

The invitation to blog about a live event at the UN was unprecedented. This was the first time that bloggers were given a reserved area in the press room, with...

Ghana: Green architecture in Accra

Trinidad & Tobago: Mayaro Memories

Japan: District For Grannies

24 September 2007

Environment: The UN Conference on Climate Change Part II

– Thematic Plenary- Adaptation. Facilitator is Dr. Asha-Rose migiro Deputy Secretary General Co chaired by HE Jan Peter Balkenende, Prime Minister of the Netherlands and H.E Mr. Fakhruddin Ahmed the...

Croatia: A Vacation Report

Africa: Citizen Journalism for rural communities

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