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· September, 2011

Stories about Environment from September, 2011

Nigeria: Does Terrorism Pay Better Than Farming?

Ukraine: Tymoshenko Trial Updates

Russia, Ukraine: Gas Relations Analysis

CIVICUS: Reflections on the Power of Civil Society

For three days several civil society representatives met in Montreal for the CIVICUS World Assembly. The subjects were diverse: from civil movements, social equality, and the effects of new technologies,...

South Asia: Worst Cities In South Asia

Jamaica: Disaster Preparedness

Iran: Animal cruelty enraged bloggers

U.S. Virgin Islands: Here Comes the Sun Again

Cuba: 6.0 Quake Hits Off Coast

Guyana: Hidden Waterfall

Brazil: Floods Hit Santa Catarina State Again

Intense rains over the state of Santa Catarina in Brazil’s South Region have once again caused floods in several cities. Since September 8, floods, flash floods and landslides have hit...

Iran: Protest Art to Save Lake Urmia

Protesters took to the streets again on Monday in Ardabil, in Iran's Azarbaijan's region, to demand that the Iranian government save Lake Urmia, one of the world's largest salt water...

Cambodia: Video of Flooding in Siem Reap

Ukraine: Update on Tymoshenko's Trial

Iran: The flamingos return to Lake Urmia

Madagascar: The Lemur King Swan Song

Haiti: Waste Management by Troops

U.S. Virgin Islands: Tropical Storm Maria Loses Strength

Pakistan: Rain In Karachi

Ukraine, Russia: “A New Stage in the Gas War”

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