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Environment/Energy

NAM original coverage, youth media stories and ethnic media articles on the environment.

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Manila

Manila's Deadly Flood 50 Years Ago

New America Media, Commentary, Rene P. Ciria-Cruz, Oct 13, 2009

Manila's deadly flood of nearly 50 years ago was a harbinger of today's catastrophes -- all results of humans' abuse of their natural environment.

The Green Divide Meets Tribal Politics

Indian Country Today, News Report, Oct 04, 2009

Political infighting in Hopi tribal affairs recently began focusing on an outside target environmental giants regarded as enemies of the tribes collective pocketbook, aiding, if not causing, economic doom from a possible loss of coal mining money.

Family Divided Over Landfill

Vida En El Valle, News Report, Rebecca Plevin, Oct 03, 2009

In a community known for its history of environmental justice battles, members of the Snchez family are waging their own internal fight. This is the third of a three-part series about Kettleman City's environmental justice movement.

The Broken Heart of the Sacred Ocean

New America Media, Commentary, Jean Melesaine, Oct 02, 2009

After being ravaged by an earthquake and tsunami, Samoa -- the sacred heart of the ocean -- is broken. And with few media outlets to provide news on the island, those of us on the outside are left in the dark.

Iran US

New America Now: Iran-U.S. Talks, Filipino Family Roles, Agent Orange in Guam

New America Now, Audio, Oct 02, 2009

This week: Dilshad Deyani hosts a radio show on issues facing South Asian Women, Pharaoh Martin on African American grandparents raising grandchildren, Iran and the US prepare diplomatic talks, Filipino family roles are changing, the effects of Agent Orange in Guam, and the music of Watcha Clan.

Berkeley HS Opens Green Academy

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Video, Min Lee, Oct 01, 2009

Berkeley High School and Pacific Gas and Electric Company have partnered to open a first-of-it's-kind small school dedicated to green technology.

Hopi Tribal Council Bans Environmental Groups

Navajo-Hopi Observer, News Report, Staff, Sep 30, 2009

Actions by environmental groups threaten economic collapse of the tribe, council says.

Chicago Coal Plants Sued for Alleged Violations

La Raza, News Report, Fabiola Pomareda, Sep 29, 2009

Two coal-fired power plants near Chicago's densely populated Hispanic neighborhoods, Pilsen and Little Village, are the citys leading sources of air pollutants. Traduccin al espaol

Environment in Kettleman city

Three Generations Fight Landfill

Vida en el Valle, News Feature, Rebecca Plevin, Sep 27, 2009

A dusty Central Valley farmworker community has some unlikely environmental heroes. Three generations of the Mares family have been fighting the state's largest hazardous waste landfill for 30 years.

New America Now: Annie Le Murder, Chevron Vs. Ecuador, Not a Genuine Black Man

New America Now, Audio, Sep 26, 2009

This Week: Some Latino community leaders want to boycott the Census, the murder of Yale student Annie Le is discussed, Joe Berlinger's documentary Crude opens in the Bay Area, Margaret Jenkins voices the concerns of Chinese dancers in her new performance, and Brian Copeland celebrates the five year anniversary of his one man show.

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