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Juliana Rotich · December, 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 December, 2007

Environment: Conflict continues in DRC

The Gorilla Protection blog updates that “The armed conflict is still right next to the Gorillas – literally bullets are flying, army and rebel positions are constantly moving, and if...

Environment: How would Green Tax in SA be implemented?

Carl of Greencars asks ‘South Africa’s Green Tax – how’s it going to be implemented?’, saying “Government needs to apply the carrot AND the stick when persuading car buyers to...

Environment: The story of Stuff

Black looks posts a video showing the story of stuff, she notes “90% of the stuff consumed in the US is trashed within six months – now that is truly...

Environment: In Bali, an inconvenient last minute proposal from the US

Global voices has been following the climate change talks in Bali, via the special coverage page. The following posts also appear as part of the aggregated feed to Reuters indicate...

Environment: Bali, Nuclear Energy and Green views from Africa

The climate change talks in Bali have been at the forefront of many blogs around the world. A worldwide protest was held on the 8th of Dec to call attention...

Climate Change 2007: Pre-conference views and first impressions of Bali

As the UN climate change conference begins in Bali, we step back a few days to see what bloggers had to say. From Gristmill in America, David Roberts celebrated Australia's...

Special Coverage: Climate Change 2007

Today, world leaders, activists and students will be converging in Bali, Indonesia for the United Nations Conference on climate change. The conference comes on the heels of the UN high...

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