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Environment/Energy

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

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H1N1, Climate Change, & The Browning of Suburbs

New America Now, Audio, Oct 30, 2009

Officials from the Centers For Disease Control meet with ethnic media in San Francisco, Rolf Skar from Greenpeace looks at sub-national forest offsets, and Shanti Sekaran discusses her debut novel, The Prayer Room .

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Capitol Turnout for Climate Change

New America Media, News Report, Naomi D. Briley, Oct 28, 2009

The International Day of Climate Action, organized by 350.Org, used the Internet to mobilize millions of people and raise awareness around the common goal of a healthier planet.

Elephant Voices

New America Media, Audio, Sandip Roy, Oct 27, 2009

Dr. Joyce Poole is the director of Elephant Voices, an organization which studies elephant cognition, communication, and social behavior. She discusses her findings on African and Asian elephants.

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Typhoon Lupit to Slam Northern Philippines

Inquirer.net, News Report, Nikko Dizon and Alcuin Papa, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Oct 22, 2009

Barely recovering from two deadly typhoons three weeks ago, the Philippines braced yet again for Typhoon Lupit, slated to hit the northern Luzon provinces on Oct. 23 Philippine time.

The Scars Left by Typhoon Ketsana on My Family

New America Media, Blog, Odette Keeley, Oct 19, 2009


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Supermarket Janitors Demand Green Cleaning Standards

New America Media, News Report, Ngoc Nguyen, Oct 19, 2009

The prioritizing of green cleaning standards, alongside wages and benefits, indicates that one of the country's largest unions is broadening its idea of a safe and healthy workplace.

Coal on Tribal Lands - A Faustian Bargain?

New America Media, Audio, Sandip Roy, Oct 16, 2009

The Hopi Nation has ousted environmental groups such as Grand Canyon Trust and the Sierra Club from Hopi lands. Bo Boudart followed the story with his camera for his documentary film, Power Paths.

Hopi Tribe Bans Environmental Groups

New America Now Radio, Audio, Odette Keeley, Oct 16, 2009

This week on "Stories From the Ethnic Media": Hopi tribal leaders ban environmental groups from their land; and, many U.S.- born children of Mexican descent have no health care.

Save the Polar Bears, Be Creative With Trash

New America Media, Blog , Andrew Lam, Oct 15, 2009


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Hopi Tribe Bans Environmental Groups -- Stirs Debate in Native Media

New America Media, News Report//Video, Elena Shore, Video by Cliff Parker, Oct 13, 2009

One week after the Hopi Tribal Council officially banned the Sierra Club and other environmental groups from their land, Native American journalists held a candid discussion about the controversy and how media could better cover environmental issues in their communities.

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