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· December, 2012

Stories about Environment from December, 2012

They Murder Trees in Egypt

Michael Hanna, an Egyptian blogger and pharmacist, mourns the murder of trees, as well as demolishing antique villas in Heliopolis suburb in Cairo. Find out what happened to what is...

2015 is the Year of Oil and Gas in Lebanon

Mexico: Federal Court Halts Controversial Wind Park

The largely indigenous opposition to wind farms in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec of Oaxaca, Mexico won a tremendous victory when a District Seven Federal Court judge granted an injunction temporarily...

Promoting Recycling in Macedonia

China's Environment in 2012

Pangolin Rehabilitation Center in Cambodia

Film Festival on Organic Farming in Japan

Colombia: Where's the Indignation?

Fiji Hit by Strong Cyclone

Japan: Signature Campaign Calling for the Release of Anti-Nuclear Scholar

Offshore Oil Leak Threatens Protected Lagoon in South West Gabon

Treeplanting Campaign in Yogyakarta

Analysis on Water and Enviromental Bloggers in China

What is Web Mapping?

In this post we learn more about web mapping with MapBox's Ian Ward, as he explains some of the organization's recent projects and how these visualization tools are improving communication...

Land Grabbing for BioFuel in Madagascar

Deadly Storm in the Philippines: “Everything was flying. It was surreal.”

Father Joel Tabora summarizes the extent of damage left by Typhoon Pablo in Southern Philippines: "Entering the Municipality of Compostela was like entering a warzone, its hectares and hectares of...

China's Disempowered Urban Planners Build Support Through Weibo

China is experiencing major urban expansion, but urban planners have little freedom to do their work, as the government and developers are the main decision makers. Urban planners have now...

Tropical Storm Pablo Leaves Trail of Devastation in Southern Philippines

Tropical storm Pablo (international name: Bopha) left a trail of destruction in various parts of the southern Philippine islands of Mindanao, Leyte, Cebu, and Negros after entering the country last...

Italy: Staying in Venetian Monasteries

Ecuador Launches Oil Auction Amid Indigenous Protests

On Wednesday November 28, 2012, Ecuador began an international licensing round for 13 oil blocks - nearly ten million acres - of untouched south-central Amazonian territory as indigenous leaders took...

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