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From Hopenhagen to Nopenhagen

In Copenhagen the over-riding impression was chaos! People queuing for hours outside in the freezing cold, and deadlocked talks inside.



U.S. Feeds One Quarter of its Grain to Cars While Hunger is on the Rise

JANUARY 21, 2010

The 107 million tons of grain that went to U.S. ethanol distilleries in 2009 was enough to feed 330 million people for one year at average world consumption levels. More than a quarter of the total U.S. grain crop was turned into ethanol to fuel cars last year. With 200 ethanol distilleries in the country set up to transform food into fuel, the amount of grain processed has tripled since 2004.


Gunns 20 Case Goes To Trial. By Liesel Rickarby

Should a corporate bully be allowed to silence criticism using the courts? Next week's Gunns 20 trial should be watched closely by anyone who cares about free speech, writes Liesel Rickarby.

After more than five years, the Gunns 20 case finally goes to trial next week. It will be the biggest case of its type in Australian history and is an excellent example of a SLAPP suit, or Strategic Litigation Against Public Participation.



The People vs. Cap‐and‐Tax, by: James Hansen

The public is largely unaware of a momentous battle about to be fought in Washington.  The stakes are enormous. Yet the public has not been well informed.   


Ignorance of the matter derives in part from the fact that the conflict was initiated via the highly charged issue of climate change. Climate is complex.  People have different opinions  about the extent to which humans are causing climate change. Fundamental belief systems are  involved and discussion can be emotional.    



Enkhbat, Member of Great Khural: Not The Time For Corrupted Government Responsible For Uranium Business

Enkhbat, Member of Great Khural: Not The Time For Corrupted Government Responsible For Uranium Business

Published: JUNE 29, 2009



Leader of just society front


(Translated by Uyanga)


Our country stands up 15th in the world by its nuclear power raw material with 63000 tons of uranium recourse. Before 1990, geologists estimated that Mongolia could have 120000  tons uranium resource and if it is approved, our country will stand up 5th place in the world.



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