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· October, 2008

Stories about Environment from October, 2008

Yemen: 40 People Killed in Torrential Rain Storm

More than 40 people have been killed and about 30 are missing in Yemen after torrential rain hit Hadhramout. Writing at Moments In Words From Hadhramout, Omar Barsawad brings us...

Bhutan: Religion and Environment

Belize: More Floods

Jamaica: See Me, Come Live With Me

Costa Rica: Open Air mine ecological? Bloggers think not.

Costa Rican bloggers have raised their voices in alarm at the government's decision to approve a project to cut down acres of forest for an open air gold mine near...

Honduras: Heavy Rains and Climate Change

Costa Rica: Environmental Disasters in Osa and Crucitas

Climate Change: Increasing The Spread of Diseases?

Melting ice caps, rising sea levels and extreme weather patterns aren't the only potential consequences of climate change. Scientists are warning that changes in global climate may also endanger public...

Bangladesh: Protecting dolphins

Egypt: Dying Fish at Marsa Matrouh

Environment: Meetup of Green Bloggers in Capetown South Africa

On October 11th 2008, Global Voices Environment, Carbon Smart and Urban Sprout organized a meetup for environment bloggers in Capetown South Africa. What follows is a rundown of what was...

Myanmar: Crop failure in cyclone-hit areas

Parts of Vietnam still flooded

Dominica, U.S.A.: Of Omar & Elections

U.S.V.I.: After Omar

Belize: Major Flooding

Tajikistan: Beautiful autumn and muddy water

Syria: Is it winter yet?

Kuwait: Stray Cats a Problem

Japan: Media Bias in Potato Field Eviction?

Images appearing on Japanese TV of government forces evicting crying nursery school children from potato fields in Osaka, part of plans to extend a highway (the Second Keihan Highway) between...

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