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· February, 2011

Stories about Environment from February, 2011

Brazil: Journalist's dismissal causes outrage

Bangladesh: Proposed International Airport Stumbles Over Environment Controversy

A recent venture by the Bangladesh government to takeover 25000 acres of wetlands (Arial Beel) 60km South of the capital city of Dhaka, for a proposed International airport and satellite...

Peru: Inambari Hydroelectric Project Generates Rejection

The Inambari hydroelectric project in the Peruvian Amazon jungle has sparked public debate and generated rejection due to its potential impact on the local ecosystem and because 80% of the...

Honduras: Government Says 2011 is Year of Food Security, Food Prices Say Otherwise

Colombia: A trip to Colombia's gold mining region

Guyana: Environmental Degradation

Colombia: Coffee Farmers Face Challenges After Heavy Rains

Angola: Zaire Province Forgotten

Guyana: Going Solar?

Russia: Review of the Environmental Blogosphere in January 2011

Colombia: Car-Free Day in Bogotá

On February 3, the city of Bogotá held a Car-Free Day --a day when restrictions are placed on the circulation of private vehicles. The day is designed as a strategy...

Portugal: A journey blog to Antarctica

Belarus, Ukraine: Photographer Blogs About Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

Azerbaijan: Life through foreign eyes

Video: Explosive Chinese Popcorn

Videos of a unique Chinese popcorn making technique are doing their rounds on the internet. While for many popcorn popping has a unique rhythm to it that trickles from a single...

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