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Environment/Energy

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

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Historic Rains in Atlanta Leave Families Scrambling

Atlanta Voice, News Report, Stan Washington, Sep 25, 2009

As the water from torrential rains in north Georgia starts to recede, some families have the burden of burying their loved ones who drowned in the flood.

Are African Dictators Becoming Environmentalists?

New America Media/Ethiomedia.com, Commentary, Alemayehu G. Mariam, Sep 22, 2009

It is unprecedented for African dictators to take the moral offensive against the evil Western imperialists, who for centuries have exploited Africa and ruptured its social fabric. In the climate change debate, Africas leaders many with blood on their hands profess to capture the moral high ground and name and shame the West for its abuse of Africa and the planet in general.

Climate Change

Climate Action Starts Now

OneWorld US, News Feature, Jeffrey Allen, Sep 20, 2009

The Age of Stupid?, a new film about the expected consequences of climate change, is premiering worldwide on Monday (in the United States) and Tuesday (in 62 other countries). It may have the power to impact the course of negotiations at the Copenhagen global conference on climate change in December.

Cal. Agri

California Must Practice Efficient Water Use

New America Media, Q&A, Ngoc Nguyen, Sep 19, 2009

A decade-long drought in Australia has crippled agricultural production there, and should serve as a harbinger for what could happen in California, which is going through its third year of drought.

Urban Farming Takes Root in Massachusetts

Bay State Banner, News Report, Talia Whyte, Sep 12, 2009

In Dorchester, residents of color are growing their own produce on a small patch of land outside of Dudley Square.

Environmental Racism in Benton Harbor Park Plan

Black Press USA.com, News Report , Teresa Kelly, Sep 10, 2009

Citizens from the impoverished and 93 percent Black Benton Harbor revealed to a federal judge Aug. 28, that property the city received for giving up 22 acres of pristine beach front is toxic.

school matters

Blacks Determined Not to Miss Out on the Green Economy

New America Media, News Report, Cynthia Griffin, Sep 09, 2009

Activists are paving the way to include African Americans in the growing green economy, and that includes lobbying the White House and providing training schools.

school matters

Blacks Determined Not to Miss Out On The Green Economy

New America Media, News Report, Cynthia Griffin, Sep 09, 2009

Activists are paving the way to include African Americans in the growing green economy, and that includes lobbying the White House and providing training schools.

Southern Utes Innovation Fuels Colorados New Energy Economy

Indian Country Today, News Report, Carol Berry, Sep 04, 2009

A Biofuels Piolt Plant works with the Colorado Southern Ute Tribe and to convert the algae ridden waters on the tribes land into an new source of energy, and income.

Native Americans: A Major Force in American Agriculture

The Navajo Times, News Report , Cindy Yurth, Aug 27, 2009

They may not be making much money at it, but Native Americans are a major force in American agriculture, the first accurate count of Native farmers and ranchers reveals.

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