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Join Us at the Old Port Festival WCYY Super Stage, Goodwill Donation Drive, 6-9
Blogger Maureen Puia published Tue Jun 04 11:07 2013 - Goodwills Thrifting and Green Living Blog

Our home base, Portland, Maine, sustains us. This vibrant community is our center and we could sing it’s praises all day long but singing isn’t really our strong suit. Thankfully, instead of us singing from the rooftops, we can read  read full story on "Goodwills Thrifting and Green Living Blog" »

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Jordan Rescind Order to Block Websites
Blogger Human Rights Watch published Tue Jun 04 04:46 2013 - Human Rights Watch

Tweet Widget Facebook Like Email Jordanian authorities should immediately rescind an order to censor 263 unlicensed local news websites.The government should also scrap recent legislation that allows it to encroach on online media freedom. The attempts to regulate online speech violate Jordan’s constitutional free expression guarantees. Beirut Jordanian authorities should immediately rescind an order to censor 263 unlicensed local news websites. The government should also scrap recent legislation that allows it to encroach on online media freedom. The attempts to regulate online speech violate Jordan’s constitutional free expression guarantees. read more  read full story on "Human Rights Watch" »

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Syria A Stream of Bodies in Aleppo’s River
Blogger Human Rights Watch published Tue Jun 04 02:45 2013 - Human Rights Watch

Tweet Widget Facebook Like Email At least 147 people whose bodies were found in the city of Aleppo’s river between January and March, 2013, were probably executed in government-controlled areas. London - At least 147 people whose bodies were found in the city of Aleppo’s river between January and March, 2013, were probably executed in government-controlled areas. read more  read full story on "Human Rights Watch" »

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Will Huge New Hydro Projects Bring Power to Africa’s People
Blogger Yale Environment 360 published Mon Jun 03 11:00 2013 - CleanTechies Blog

A giant new hydro project on the Congo River is only the latest in a rush of massive dams being built across Africa. Critics contend small-scale renewable energy projects would be a far more effective way of bringing power to the hundreds of millions of Africans still without electricity. Sub-Saharan Africa, where more than three-quarters ... Rating 5.0-5 1 vote cast  read full story on "CleanTechies Blog" »

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Tunisia Bystanders Shot in Clash with Police
Blogger Human Rights Watch published Mon Jun 03 07:48 2013 - Human Rights Watch

Tweet Widget Facebook Like Email Several apparent bystanders were shot as police used force to suppress violent protests in Tunis on May 19, 2013. One person was killed and at least three were severely injured. Tunis Several apparent bystanders were shot as police used force to suppress violent protests in Tunis on May 19, 2013, Human Rights Watch said today. One person was killed and at least three were severely injured. read more  read full story on "Human Rights Watch" »

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Burundi Online Newspaper Forum Suspended
Blogger Human Rights Watch published Mon Jun 03 06:12 2013 - Human Rights Watch

Tweet Widget Facebook Like Email The decision by the National Communication Council to suspend the readers’ forum of the Burundian newspaper Iwacu infringes on the right to freedom of expression. The government should lift the suspension and allow the newspaper to resume publication of its readers’ comments page. Correction The first quote in this announcement has been corrected to delete a word that had been inserted. read more  read full story on "Human Rights Watch" »

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Iran Proposed Penal Code Retains Stoning
Blogger Human Rights Watch published Mon Jun 03 04:48 2013 - Human Rights Watch

Tweet Widget Facebook Like Email Iran’s judiciary should not implement provisions of the new penal code that violate basic rights, including execution by stoning. Beirut Iran’s judiciary should not implement provisions of the new penal code that violate basic rights, including execution by stoning. read more  read full story on "Human Rights Watch" »

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Sudan ICC Suspect at Scene of Fresh Crimes
Blogger Human Rights Watch published Mon Jun 03 12:01 2013 - Human Rights Watch

Tweet Widget Facebook Like Email A Sudanese commander wanted by the International Criminal Court ICC led or participated in deadly attacks on ethnic Salamat communities in Central Darfur during April 2013. Witnesses told Human Rights Watch that the attackers appeared to include government forces using government weapons and equipment. Nairobi A Sudanese commander wanted by the International Criminal Court ICC led or participated in deadly attacks on ethnic Salamat communities in Central Darfur during April 2013, Human Rights Watch said today. Witnesses told Human Rights Watch that the attackers appeared to include government forces using government weapons and equipment. read...  read full story on "Human Rights Watch" »

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Policy Enforcement Briefing Wheat Bans, Plastic Bag Bill, Nile Dam
Blogger Tamar Wilner published Mon Jun 03 10:16 2013 - Environmental Management News

Here’s the latest policy, enforcement and legal news affecting corporate environmental and energy executives. Today’s briefing includes eight items. South Korea and Japan halted some US wheat imports and the European Union advised member states to test certain shipments, the Washington Post reported, following the discovery of a test strain of Monsanto genetically modified wheat on ...  read full story on "Environmental Management News" »

Related topics: Culture Energy Environment
Annus Horribilis Let's Be Sentimental for the Future, Not the Past
Blogger GreenHearted published Sun May 26 09:18 2013 - Compassionate Climate Action
A friend told me yesterday that my blog posts often sound frustrated. I would like to point out that I have written a handful of positive posts since May 2009. I can't remember when or why or what they were, but I'm sure I have. Wait, here's a recent example How to Conjure Up Joy in Sad Times. Then there's today's post. Oh man, am I frustrated I was already almost half way through my own personal annus horribilis with a nod to Queen Elizabeth who had hers in 1992 . Then a plumbing pipe broke. The ensuing flood in...  read full story on "Compassionate Climate Action" »

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