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Juliana Rotich · November, 2007

Kenyan, I like world music and most things African. Interested in renewable energy sources especially solar.I agree with those who say that the world is one village, and global voices is one hut i am pretty happy to be in!

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Latest posts by Juliana Rotich from November, 2007

Environment: Bloggers on Energy, and The Zero Africa Rally

Several bloggers deftly tackled energy issues, from nuclear energy, ideas of ‘plug and play power’, China's ‘Clean Ambitions’ and Green data centers. Be it South Africa, China or America, the...

Environment: Biowatch in SA ordered to pay monsanto's legal fees

Dax feels embarrassed by the country South Africa, following a court ruling involving Biowatch, Monsanto and the Dept. of Agriculture. “…We need organisations like Biowatch to take issues to court...

Environment: ‘Africa will burn’

Traysee writes about the effects of climate change on Africa. On South Africa, she says:”South Africa, being the powerhouse of Africa, has done little to address its own global warming...

Environment: ‘Endangered Planet

Omar Basawad is encouraged by the news media's coverage of climate change, citing the programs from CNN, BBC and Al-Jazeera. In watching the CNN special ‘Planet in Peril’ Omar is...

Kenya: ‘Virtual endowment’ for Biodiversity

Richard Leakey is proposing the idea of a virtual endowment to provide for Biodiversity disaster relief, in the event that the income for conversation is interrupted either by disaster, conflict...

China: University Students Buzzing with Green Activity

On China Dialogue, Peng Li writes “From energy efficiency to mitigating climate change, China’s students are looking for solutions. A lack of resources and experience, fundraising, management and publicity do...

Africa Environment: Conservation Efforts, Carbon Footprints and Land Rights

In several posts from Africa, we get a glimpse of conservation efforts in the different countries, hindrances faced in some countries and success in at least one. The countries we...

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