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Environment/Energy

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

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water

Paying for Water?

New America Media, News Report , Vanessa Hernandez, Aug 27, 2009

The Central Valley's water problems could end if those who benefit from the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta pay for what they are getting.

First Nations Go Greener

Indian Country Today, News Report, Jennifer Ashawasegai, Aug 20, 2009

A handful of First Nations in Canada are looking to go greener by creating a sustainable economy with partnerships in the wind energy industry.

Water Treatment Plant Makes Neighbors Sick

La Voz, News Report, Valeria Fernndez, Translated by Cristina Fernandez-Pereda, Aug 19, 2009

Residents of Tolleson, Ariz. say the toxic emissions of a nearby water treatment plant are affecting their health, from constant headaches to asthma and nausea.

The Traffic of Black Gold on the U.S.-Mexico Border

La Prensa San Diego, News Report, Mariana Martinez, Aug 15, 2009

The theft of gas and other oil products is a relatively new crime that in just a few years has become a serious threat to Mexicos financial stability.

Tribals in Orissa

Indian Tribals Take on Church of England Over Mining

Siliconeer, News Report , Siliconeer Report, Aug 10, 2009

Members of the Kondh tribe in India are fighting a decision to mine their ancestral lands. They are trying to take on the Church of England.

Recession Erodes Support for Environment

New America Media, News Report, Vanessa Hernandez, Aug 02, 2009

A survey released this week found that Latinos, Asians and African Americans remain more concerned about environmental issues than whites, but hard economic times may be affecting their support.

California EconoTalk

New America Media, News analysis, Stephen Levy , Jul 20, 2009

Economist Stephen Levy explains the economic indicators behind California's recession in this new NAM feature, California EconoTalk.

Environment Matters: Child Safety: Dont Overlook the Baby Bottle

New America Media, Commentary, Gina Solomon, MD, Jul 20, 2009

BPA is commonly found in baby bottles and has been linked to reproductive health programs, developmental abnormalities and obesity.

recycling

Recycling Waste and Redeeming Lives

New America Media, News Feature, Justine Drennan, Jul 15, 2009

Where most companies might turn away young men with criminal records, Richard Valle hires them at his recycling center in Union City, Calif., hoping to turn their lives around. For his work, Valle recently won a James Irvine Foundation leadership award.

Dust bowl

California's Disappearing Towns -- Huron May Not Be Here a Year From Now

New America Media, News Feature,Video, Viji Sundaram, Video by Josue Rojas, Jul 13, 2009

A rural community that was once the source of 95 percent of U.S. tomatoes is increasingly relying on handouts as a persistent drought dries up job prospects and the threat of ICE raids looms over the residents.

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