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· April, 2011

Stories about Environment from April, 2011

30 April 2011

India: Kerala’s Debate On Endosulfan

As the debate on the pesticide EndoSulfan is gaining momentum in the Stockholm Convention in Geneva; Kerala, the southern state of India is up in arms online and on the...

29 April 2011

Barbados: Barrow's Beach

Colombia on Red Alert After Heavy Rains

Colombia is on red alert due to heavy rains. Residents of 28 departments suffer extreme hardship: flooding, landslides and sudden increase in rivers and streams have left more than three...

China: Farmer Hangs Himself in Desperation

28 April 2011

Bahamas: Shark Tales

Russia: New round in the TNK-BP row

Ukraine: Memories and Photos of Chernobyl in August 1986

RuNet Echo

Aleksandr Strannik (LJ user av-strannik) arrived at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in mid-August of 1986, some four months after the April 26 blast at Reactor #4, to assist in...

Malaysia: Solar energy program

27 April 2011

Ukraine: Stories From the Charity Walk to Chornobyl

Ukraine: “Twenty-five years ago – Chornobyl – Where were you?”

Colombia's Harsh Winter

Madagascar: Here We Go Again with Land Grabbing, minus the Outrage

Peru: Hydroelectric Projects in the Amazon Under Discussion Again

The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) requested the suspension of Brazil's Belo Monte hydroelectric dam, reopening the debate in Peru on similar projects and their impact on the Peruvian...

26 April 2011

China: The Rich Are Fleeing

A new survey conducted in part with one of China's biggest banks suggests that large numbers of wealthy Chinese have over the past two years begun moving their assets overseas,...

Trinidad & Tobago: Destroying Food

Russia: Eco-bloggers and Journalists Learn to Solve Environmental Problems

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