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Environment/Energy

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

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California Farmers March for Water

Vida En El Valle, News Report, Rebecca Plevin, Apr 21, 2009

Farmers in California's Central Valley say they have never had a drought this bad. Last week, farm owners marched alongside farmworkers to raise awareness about the effects of the water shortage.

Dumping

More Foreclosures Could Mean More Illegal Dumping

New America Media, News Report, Photos & Text: Ngoc Nguyen, Apr 21, 2009

More foreclosures means more empty lots and more people needing to get rid of furniture and other personal belongings. Neighborhood activists worry it's translating into a rise in illegal dumping.

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Mining Exploration in Vietnam: China's New Strategy of Expansionism

New America Media, Commentary, Thi Lam, Apr 10, 2009

China is now resorting to mineral exploration in Vietnam as a new strategy in its relentless expansionism.

The Borders 'Agent Orange' Controversy

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Staff, Mar 31, 2009

Four decades after the Vietnam War, the U.S. Border Patrol intends to employ a chemical herbicide in order to eradicate Carrizo cane on the U.S.-Mexico border.

Stephen Levy

The Silver Lining Behind Californias Gloomy Economy

New America Media, Q&A, Annette Fuentes, Mar 24, 2009

Despite daily stories of job losses and businesses shutting down in California, there is hope says a new report. Economist Stephen Levy explains why he thinks California will be resilient.

Is a Carbon Tax Good for the Economy?

New America Media, News Report, Ngoc Nguyen, Mar 23, 2009

A commission set up by Gov. Schwarzenegger to come up with new sources of revenue for the state is considering a carbon tax.

A Labor Leader for Good Jobs and a Clean Environment

New America Media, News feature, Ngoc Nguyen, Mar 17, 2009

Phaedra Ellis-Lamkins, a rising star in the Bay Area's labor movement, is stepping in to head environmental jobs nonprofit Green For All as Van Jones, its founder, heads to the White House.

L.A. Mayor Honors Boxing Champ Manny Pacquiao

Asian Journal, News Report, Joseph Pimentel /AJPress - Los Angeles, Mar 13, 2009

Filipino boxing icon Manny Pacquiao was honored by Mayor Villaraigosa for taking part in the Filipino L.A. community's environmental campaign.

Drought Leaves Central Valley Families Out of Work

Vida En El Valle, News Report, Rebecca Plevin, Mar 12, 2009

Across the western side of Fresno County, the majority of farmworker communities are bracing themselves for another year of drought and hardship.

Dave

Trash the Trash, Save the Planet

Jewish Journal Author, Commentary, Dave Chameides, Mar 08, 2009

One guy examines what happens when you don't throw anything "away".

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