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Environment/Energy

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

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EPA Exec Meets with Worried Parents in Kettleman City

Vida en el Valle, Rebecca Plevin, Feb 12, 2010

In an unprecedented show of support for the residents of the rural farmworker community, EPA regional head traveled to Kettleman City to meet mothers whose babies were born with birth defects.

climate change

Rising Seas and Extreme Weather: Communities in Harms Way Want U.S. to Act Now

New America Media, Commentary, Staff, Feb 10, 2010

For many ethnic Americans whose family members are at the frontlines of global warming back in their home countries, climate change is a life-and-death issue.

New America Now: Ethnic Media Watch, Native American Census, Formosa Betrayed

New America Now, Audio, Feb 05, 2010

Media monitors from across the country share the ethnic news stories that caught their attention, counting the Native American population in the 2010 Census is proving difficult, and Formosa Betrayed is a new film featuring the unique cultural perspective of Taiwan.

Climate Change

Is Our Poor Mother Earth Finally Fighting Back?

Navajo Hopi Observer, Commentary, Wells Mahkee, Jr., Feb 03, 2010

With all the recent tragedies the world has encountered in recent years, it's been quite surprising to me that not one person - not even in Indian Country - has mentioned what I happen to believe is happening: our poor planet Earth is striking back.

Kettleman City Residents Sue Kings County

Vida en el Valle, News Report, Rebecca Plevin, Feb 02, 2010

Residents sue county supervisors for approving expansion of a landfill they believe is poisoning the community, and causing birth defects in newborns.

haitian refugees

Taiwanese President Began His Journey of Humanity to Central America

Sing Tao Daily, News report, Ryan Shih, Jan 27, 2010

Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou stopped by San Francisco on Monday night before continuing his trip to Central America. Unlike his last two visits, Ma filled his plane with supplies for the victims of the Haitian earthquake. He described his trip as a Journey of Humanity.

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