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· January, 2009

Stories about Environment from January, 2009

Trinidad & Tobago, U.S.A.: Bye Bye Bush

DRC:Virunga Gorilla Population Has Grown

On Tuesday, 27 January 2009, D.R of Congo's Virunga National Park authorities issued a press release declaring that the population of habituated – or human tolerant – mountain gorillas in...

Ukraine: “Gas Humor”

Russia, Ukraine: “Gas War IV”

Ukraine: Travel to the Exclusion Zone

Russia: Finno-Ugric Dimension of Gas Dispute

Russia, Ukraine: “Far From Over”

Czech Republic: News and Culture Roundup

EU, Russia, Ukraine: “Everyone A Loser”

Ukraine, Russia, EU: Gas Politics

Hungary: New Flickr Group With CC-Licensed Photos

Guatemala: Experiences in Birdwatching

Guatemala is a major destination for birdwatchers from around the world. The number of species of birds in the country's diverse habitats is more than 700. Many of these birdwatchers...

Taiwan: Photos of industrial town

Ukraine: “The EU Neighbour ‘Reality’ Problem”

Russia, Ukraine: Gas Deal and Gazprom's Stock

Jamaica, Barbados, U.S.A.: Bonne Chance!

Uganda: Mountain Gorilla Population May Have Declined

We have always known that there are around 700 Mountain Gorillas still alive in the wild today – 336 of which are in Uganda - but a new study published...

Philippines: The root cause of the flooding

In the Philippines, media reports have cited weeks of heavy rain brought by a cold front as the immediate cause of the massive flooding and landslides. Some Filipino bloggers have...

Trinidad & Tobago: The Fourth Summit of the Peoples

Conservation Through People

The core of conservation is the people who live adjacent to or inside conservation areas. It has therefore always been the goal of forward thinking conservationists to involve the local...

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