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· July, 2009

Stories about Environment from July, 2009

Jamaica: Capturing Pellew

Brazil: Fighting for more recycling with the Electronic Waste Manifesto

In Brazil, a bill regarding the disposal of solid residuals has been amended to exclude electronic waste. As a first step to fight this change, an Electronic Waste Manifesto has...

Bangladesh, India: Tipaimukh Dam And Transparency

The controversy surrounding the Tipaimukh Hydroelectric Project currently continues to dominate the politics, media, and intellectual and civil society’s discourse in Bangladesh.

China: Sulfur mining in Big Tree County

Barbados: Humming Birds

Laos: Pollution from paper factory

Situation of Indonesian farmers

Philippines: Taal Volcano

Azerbaijan: Watermelon season

Kenya: Fibreglass Lions to go ‘Wild’ in Nairobi

As Kenya's lions continue to face persecution and the population continues to dwindle, a campaign to raise funds and awareness about the lions was launched on 17 June 2009 in...

Bhutan: The Need Of A Rescue Service

Bangladesh: A Concrete Island

Trinidad & Tobago: Mother Earth

Guyana: The Nose Knows

Nepal's Dolphins in Danger

Paraguay: The Government's Negotiations in the Itaipú Dam

Poland: Forests

Morocco: Summer Flower

Trinidad & Tobago: Anti-People?

Laos: Owls vs rats

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