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Humboldt, Calif.: Protecting Our Youth From Military Recruitment!
by Communities for Justice and Peace   
11 July 2009
Communities For Justice and Peace, Humboldt, exposes media bias and demonstrates why this government must be accountable for military recruiters in schools. Additional reports: Anti-war groups challenge NAACP on military recruiters, and military-backed public schools failing to educate students.
Treading Water: How the US Is Blocking Progress on Climate Change
by Christian Schwägerl   
09 July 2009
... The frustration could clearly be sensed in the hallways outside the meeting rooms. "We are treading water because the Americans are not moving forward," said an Indonesian delegate. "We are disappointed at the way Japan, Canada and Russia are blocking everything," said the Brazilian negotiator...
Starting the Conversation on Our Survival
by Jan Lundberg   
05 July 2009
With species extinction now at the highest rate since the disappearance of the dinosaurs, one might assume this crisis is on everyone's mind and discussed widely. One would be wrong. No one knows if it's 100 species a day, many of which have not been named.
Auto-ban: German town goes car-free
by Tony Paterson   
26 June 2009
ImageThe Independent - UK
Vauban hopes to forge a model community without that great staple of modern life – the car. Now the sound of birdsong has replaced the roar of traffic and children can play in the street.
Germany at a More Real Climate Crossroads
by Jan Lundberg   
26 June 2009
More vital news from Germany: besides the creation of a car free city (Vauban), Chancellor Merkel is holding Obama's feet to the fire to do more to halt greenhouse-gas emissions -- even as she faces domestic protest regarding sacrosanct coal power.

Germany's entire society enjoys a better quality of life than the U.S. thanks to generous vacations while using half the energy per capita used by U.S. citizens. But all is not well in Germany due to economic and demographic stress combined with unsustainable energy dependence.
Oil or Trees? Germany Takes Lead in Saving Ecuador's Rainforest
by Jess Smee   
24 June 2009
ImageOil companies are salivating over the supply of black gold beneath Ecuador's rainforest. The South American country is pledging to keep the oil in the ground -- if the international community provides compensation. Now Germany has taken a leading role in raising the necessary cash.
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