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· February, 2008

Stories about Environment from February, 2008

27 February 2008

Ecuador: Heavy Rains to Continue

Taiwan: No City for Old Aborigines

The first Presidential debate powered by citizen media platform Peopo was held on Feb 24. Two candidates running for President answers 20 questions raised by citizens who use Youtube-like video...

Taiwan: Land Right

Barbados: Protecting the Reefs

26 February 2008

Ukraine, Russia: A Gas War, Again

Yemen: Gaza, My Grandmother and Candles

Yemeni blogger Maysaa Shuja has written a profoundly thoughtful post about candles, electricity, and the possible introduction of nuclear energy to her native country - a country which cannot supply...

South Africa: Garlic, showers and prostitutes

25 February 2008

Czech Republic: Still Some More on the Election

Ukraine, Russia: “An Octopus of Cash and Gas Flows”

Burkina Faso: teachable moments, missing bathrooms and road rage

Pity the school teachers of the Peace Corps. While their compatriots toiling in health clinics or with micro-credit programs pretty much work loose hours and come and go from social...

Barbados: Carbon Footprint

Turkmenistan: Either Gas or Human Rights

Kazakhstan: The State Will Continue to Rise

Tajikistan: Energy Crisis Is Not Enough to Lose Patience

The continuing energy crisis is, probably, the worst problem that Tajikistan ever faced since the end of civil war. Neweurasia reports that most of the population is barely surviving this...

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