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Environment/Energy

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

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This Time it was Personal

Haitiantimes.com, Commentary, Garry Pierre-Pierre, Jan 23, 2010

I have been covering my beloved homeland for about 20 years. The assignments have ranged from coup detats to elections to flooding , carnival and festivals. But the devastation brought on by this earthquake that shook this mountainous nation of roughly nine million people to its core, myself included.

Haiti Earthquake Calls Role of Journalists into Question

La Opinin, Editorial, Staff, Jan 22, 2010

The earthquake in Haiti and its aftermath are sparking a debate over the role of journalists: Should they be witnesses or participants in rescue efforts? Editors of La Opinin question the way mainstream media have made their own reporters the center of the story.

Temporary Protection for Haitians: A First Step

New America Media, Opinion, Shaina Aber & Christian Fuchs, Jan 21, 2010

The decision to grant Haitians currently in the United States permission to stay, work and send remittances home under a Temporary Protected Status (TPS) program is welcome news. But it's only the first step.

Haitians Now Join Environmental Refugees

New America Media, News Analysis, Andrew Lam, Jan 20, 2010

The earthquake in Haiti has potentially added another 1.5-2 million to the list of those displaced by environmental disasters, and many will no doubt seek asylum in other countries.

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U.S. Bangladeshis Track Climate Changes Back Home

New America Media, News Report, Ngoc Nguyen, Jan 20, 2010

Concern about climate change among the public has waned, but the issue is foremost among many Bangladeshi Americans, because of the vulnerability of Bangladesh to climate change.

After the Quake, Depend on Women

Sunday Mass Was About the Dead

Haitiantimes.com, News report, Garry Pierre-Pierre, Jan 18, 2010

On the first Sunday after an earthquake destroyed this city, survivors struggled to keep to their routine, including attending mass.

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Haitians Didnt Believe This Was the Big One

Haitiantimes.com, News report, Rachel Pratt and Garry Pierre-Pierre, Jan 18, 2010

Thousands of Haitians were killed and caught under the rubble for the same reason. They didnt believe this was the one and were completely caught off guard.

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Rush to Aid Haiti's Earthquake Victims

One World.net, News report, Brittany Schell , Jan 17, 2010

Individuals, aid organizations, and governments worldwide are rallying to aid the people of Haiti after Tuesday's devastating earthquake that has killed tens of thousands of people and crippled the infrastructure of the island nation, already the poorest in the western hemisphere.

Fate of Undocumented Chinese in Haiti Remains Unknown

World Journal, News Report, Cao Jian, Translated by Vivian Po, Jan 15, 2010

Hundreds of undocumented Chinese immigrants who were living in Haiti as a stopover before crossing into the United States have been trapped in the island nation after Tuesdays earthquake.

Know Before You Donate: Tips for Haiti Earthquake Relief

New America Media, Column, Erin N. Marcus, M.D., M.P.H., F.A.C.P., Jan 15, 2010

Before making a donation to Haiti earthquake relief efforts, make sure your money gets to the people who need it.

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