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· April, 2011

Stories about Environment from 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...

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

Bahamas: Shark Tales

Russia: New round in the TNK-BP row

Ukraine: Memories and Photos of Chernobyl in August 1986

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

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...

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

Mexico: Northern States Hit by Wildfires

Peru: Analyzing Alternative Energy Sources

Bangladesh: Rolling Blackouts and Life

Belarus, Ukraine: “Chernobyl: The First Month”

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