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· April, 2007

Stories about Environment from April, 2007

23 April 2007

D.R. of Congo: post by park ranger blogger picked up by Voice of America

Pakistan: Panjpeer Rockies

Morocco: Corruption, politics, and the aftermath of a bombing

Corruption encountered while filming Sahara, thoughts on the Casablanca bombings and concerns about the general safety of Morocco as well as the Virginia Tech massacre have been echoing in the...

Aruba, Bahamas, Trinidad & Tobago: Happy Earth Day

20 April 2007

Ukraine: Abandoned Village Near Chernobyl

Bahrain: Radioactive Material Dump

China: MeMedia Issue 4: Copyright Kills Creation, Life's Precious, Ching Ming Festival

This week comes the fourth issue from the newly-formed MeMedia roundup of all that's hot around the Chinese blogsphere including the upcoming Taiwan Bloggers BoF, copyright discussion in Hong Kong,...

Uzbekistan: Cotton Cultivation

19 April 2007

Voices from Ghana: The Black Star of Africa Eclipsed by Energy Crisis; Ghana@50, So What?

The pomp and pageantry surrounding the celebrations of Ghana@50 may be over, but the analysis of what it means for Ghana has spawned a number of ruminations for both Ghanaian...

Congo's Rainforest for Sale

Russia: Shell's Sakhalin II “Fiasco”

Egypt: The Khamseen Attacks

17 April 2007

Japan and China: Tea

China: Orchid crime

Taiwan: Transport what to where?

In the essay on outdoor recreation, ‘Conservation Esthetic,’ Professor Leopold wrote, ‘Recreational development is a job not of building roads into the lovely country, but of building receptivity into the...

Armenia: Armenians & Trees

Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago: Bombastic?

Trinidad and Tobago and Jamaica have been baring their teeth at each other recently over two major issues. The first is that Trinidad Cement Limited acquired a 43.5% stake in...

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