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Environment/Energy

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

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green asians

Asian Americans Going 'Green'

Pacific Citizen, News feature, Nalea J. Ko, May 05, 2010

Environmentalists say although Asian Americans are not perceived to be at the forefront of the green movement, many identify as environmentalists.

Prop 16: A PG&E Power Grab or Taxpayer Protection?

New America Media, News Feature, Anuja Seith , May 05, 2010

PG&E has spent $20 million pushing Proposition 16, which would stymie public power companies. The opposition has spent $31,000.

Award Winning Scientist Encourages Biodiversity in Cuba

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy, Apr 28, 2010

Environmental prize Goldman Prize winner Cuban scientist Humberto Rios brought his fellow scientists out of the lab and into the field. The union has helped Cuba turn it's agriculture from a mono culture to much needed biodiversity.

climate change

Should India Sign on to a Global Climate Change Treaty?

India Currents, Commentary, Dr. Rajesh C. Oza and Siddhartha R. Oza, Apr 26, 2010

Two views on whether India should sign on to a climate change treaty to bind itself to cuts to greenhouse gas emissions.

Planeta o Muerte -- Evo Morales and the Revolutionary Politics of Mother Earth

New America Media, News Report, By: Roberto Lovato//Photo: Alexandra Corazza, Apr 21, 2010

By convening the World People's Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth (CMPCC), Evo Morales, the president of Bolivia, has established himself as the leader of a hybrid global movement that links the rights of humans to what organizers have coined the universal rights of Mother Earth.

Soda Tax

Californians Support Soda Tax

New America Media, News Report, Inga Buchbinder, Apr 20, 2010

A majority of Californians would support an additional tax on beverages that contain added sweeteners, but support varies by geography.

Report: Climate Law Healthy for Ethnic Communities

New America Media, News Report , Ngoc Nguyen, Apr 16, 2010

Californias efforts to tackle climate change could benefit poor and minority communities long burdened by industrial pollution if the state takes into account the needs of communities hurt most by climate change, a new report finds.

Chinese President Makes First Trip to Washington

China Daily USA, News Report, Tan Yingzi, Li Xiaokun and Wu jiao , Apr 13, 2010

In his first visit to the United States, Chinese President Hu discusses the revaluation of Chinese currency and sanctions against Iran.

E-waste

Dont Toss E-Waste onto Curb: Environmentalists

India West, News Feature, Sunita Sohrabji, Apr 09, 2010

80 percent of used electronics collected in U.S. in recycling drives ends up in the developing world. Now the US is considering legislation that would regular e-waste export.

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