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Ethnic & Local Lens on Climate Change Global Summit in Copenhagen

New America Now, Audio, Odette Keeley, Dec 11, 2009

This week on "Stories from the Ethnic Media": Bangladeshi editor cites the concern of his New York readers over disasters like Cyclone Sidr on their homeland; African-American publisher wants his Phoenix readers to realize long-term effects of climate change.

New America Now: The Climate Gap, Aging in India, and Edgy Lullabies

New America Now, Audio, Dec 11, 2009

Rachel Morello-Frosch discusses her new report The Climate Gap, Sandip Roy travels to India to tackle the issue of aging, and Shira Scion is a member of the Eastern European vocal collective Kitka


U.S., Global Activists Support Bhopal Survivors

India West, News Report, Ashfaque Swapan, Dec 11, 2009

December 2009 marks the 25th anniversary of the Union Carbide gas leak in Bhopal. The survivors and their children are still demanding justice from Dow Chemical, the company that bought Union Carbide.

Climate change

Copenhagen Live 24/7 - Your pass to the UN Climate Conference

Oneworld.net, News feature/Live Video, Staff, Dec 08, 2009

Live direct from COP 15 from 3pm GMT on Tuesday 8 Dec - including why babies in the Global North are already at serious risk from climate change. Currently re-playing highlights.


Indigenous Voices Must Be Heard in Copenhagen

Indian Country Today, Commentary, Valerie Taliman, Dec 08, 2009

As the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen is underway, many Native peoples and governments remain unaware of what is at stake.

John Holdren

Copenhagen Politics Becomes Personal

New America Media, Commentary, Sarita Sarvate, Dec 08, 2009

Tuning in to watch the congressional hearings on the e-mail scandal about manipulating temperature data, one commentator found that the political had suddenly become personal.

California Jobs Summit Thinks Green

New America Media, News Report, Seth Sandronsky, Dec 04, 2009

Speakers at California's first jobs summit looked to green energy to reduce the state's record unemployment rate, which is hitting minorities hardest.

Sec. Clinton in Manila: More Typhoon Aid, Counter-Terrorism Alliance

Inquirer.net, News Report, Jerry E. Esplanada and DJ Yap, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Nov 12, 2009

During her Philippine visit, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton pledges an additional package of more than $5M for typhoon relief and vows stronger U.S. commitment to fight terrorism in the southern islands.

Clean Energy Rhetoric vs. Cap & Trade Reality

New America Now, Audio, Sandip Roy, Nov 03, 2009

President Obama says the stimulus is the largest investment in clean energy in history. The House and the Senate are both working on clean energy acts. One way to do this is to tackle deforestation. Rolf Skar of Greenpeace discusses sub-national forest offsets and what this means for deforestation.

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