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· November, 2008

Stories about Environment from November, 2008

Madagascar: South Korean Land Deal Sparks Controversy

South Korea has just leased half of all the arable land in Madagascar according to the Financial Times. This has stirred quite a debate in the Malagasy blogosphere about land...

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Getting the Dish

Trinidad & Tobago: Godliness?

Environment: The Cost of Air Pollution in Arab Countries

Environment: Leeks, eggs, fluoride and renewable energy

Environment: Obama's Climate Challenge

Philippines: Typhoid fever downs 77

Egypt: No More Natural Gas to Israel

An Egyptian court has banned the export of natural gas to Israel. Marwa Rakha briefs us about the deal, and what an Egyptian blogger is writing about the court order...

Rain in the Middle East

It's raining in the Middle East and bloggers are taking to their keyboards to register their thoughts about the change in climate. Here's review of what some bloggers in Saudi...

Morocco: $31 million for Reforestation Projects

Trinidad & Tobago: Effects of Flooding

Grenada: Heavy Rains

Bangladesh: Cox’s Bazar in the New7Wonders

Rollback in New Zealand's emissions trading scheme?

A little more than a week after New Zealand’s National Party swept away nine years of Labour Party rule, new Prime Minister John Key stitched together a coalition government. At...

Trinidad & Tobago: Flood!

Trinidad and Tobago has been at the receiving end of some heavy rains over the past few days, resulting in severe flood waters that have immobilized commuters, compromised infrastructure and...

Japan: Asia 21 Tokyo Summit

Trinidad & Tobago: Up on the Mount

Barbados: National Interest

Iran: No Country for Old Trees

About one year ago Iranian authorities ordered security forces to rid the country of ‘western influences’ and ‘immodesty’. Fortunately they soon backed off again. But this time green bloggers in...

Ukraine: Interview With A Chernobyl Liquidator

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