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Juliana Rotich · April, 2008

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 April, 2008

Green Global Voices on Earth Day 2008

Bloggers celebrated Earth Day on April 22 by posting their thoughts on what the day means, others did a roundup of articles, some shared reading lists and others mused about...

Environment: Majora Carter Stands with Tibetans at Torch Relay

From the blog It’s Getting Hot In Here, Jamie posts on last week's torch relay in San Fransisco, and the statement given by Majora Carter when she carried the Olympic...

Arab Environment Watch: Jordan switches to unleaded fuel

Arab Environment Watch sees a Public Health Boost as Jordan switches to unleaded fuel, saying that the story is worthy of reading and documentation.

Is economic recession good for the environment?

Maryann asks some pertinent questions on ChinaDialogue: “So, is recession good for the environment? Only in the short term? How much will it harm ethical producers in developing countries? Or...

Environment: Nobel Laureate Boycotts Olympic Torch Relay

From the blog Kenya Imagine, a statement by Prof. Wangari Maathai, the Nobel laureate gives the reasons for her boycott of the Olympic torch relay in Dar es Salaam Tanzania.

Environment: An Interview with Isabel Hilton of ChinaDialogue

ChinaDialogue is a fully bi-lingual weblog where environmental matters affecting China are discussed. Isabel Hilton is the editor, and we asked her some questions regarding the environment in China, the...

Environment: Wind power in China.

The green brothers on China's Green Beat Blog 中国绿色脉搏 post a video showing their visit to a Beijing Wind farm, and discussing the role of the UN's clean development mechanism...

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