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· February, 2010

Stories about Environment from February, 2010

Russia and Korea: Siberian Timbering

USA: Native Cherokees Fight for Sacred Mound

Cherokee Native Americans in North Carolina are currently fighting the construction of an electrical station they say would impede the spiritual experience at Kituwah, a sacred mound that is cherished...

Thailand: Comprehensive water policy

Bangladesh: Jhum Cultivation In The Hill Tracts

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Trinidad & Tobago: “Dat is Carnival”

Mexico: Monarch Butterfly Migration in the Americas

Between Mexico, Northern United States, and Canada the migration of the monarch butterfly has astonished residents and tourists dating back to ancient times, and have played an important part in...

Suriname: Going Classical

Trinidad & Tobago, Haiti: Preparing for an Earthquake

Trinidad & Tobago: “The Garden Want Water”

Australia: Climate Change Election a Step Closer

Even before the Copenhagen Climate Change conference the Australian Opposition parties had dumped their support for a Cap and Trade scheme and their leader Malcolm Turnbull. Last week new Liberal...

Ukraine: “Start of Stabilisation”

Russia: Pictures and Videos of Arctic Winter

Grenada, Trinidad & Tobago: Cocoa Tea & Dry Season

Bangladesh: Questions For Climate Organizers

Peru: Cusco Bloggers Cover the Rain Disaster

After two weeks of heavy rain and non-stop rainfall, and following floods of Cusco, Puno and Apurímac, the citizen media has thoroughly covered the disaster in South Peru.

Armenia: Illegal hunting on YouTube

Opposition Mounts over Tanzania and Zambia Ivory Proposals to CITES

Opposition is mounting against Zambia's and Tanzania's proposals to be allowed by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) to sell their government...

Bangladesh: Slum Children For A Clean City

Laos: Declining number of elephants

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