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Restoring the Balance: A Middle East Strategy for the Next President
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Politics of Policy Making on NYC Workforce Development Case Study

December 23 2008

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Iraq: Assessing the Surge

December 19 2008

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Wealth and politics in Congo

December 17 2008

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The War on Drugs : FAIL : an interview with Clifford Thornton Jr.

July 16 2008

TERRA 437: Democracy & Action from Burning the Future: Coal in America

In our final installment from Burning the Future, we learn how individuals organizing on a grass-roots level can make a difference! Citizens, lawyers, physicians, and even pilots all come together in support of a common cause: stopping mountaintop removal in West Virginia coal mining.

July 09 2008

TERRA 436: Global Warming from Burning the Future: Coal in America

This week's excerpt from Burning the Future: Coal in America examines the effects of coal on global warming. Coal-burned power plants are the largest CO2 emitters in the United States, and US emissions of carbon represent 25% of the world's contribution to global warming. Is clean coal the answer? Watch and find out!

July 03 2008

TERRA 435: Burning the Future: Coal in America PREVIEW

Do you ever wonder where the juice to charge your iPod was produced? Like over half the electricity in the United States, it probably came from a coal-fired power plant run on coal from the mountains of West Virginia. This reliance on coal raises a score of questions about people, land, and a region's future. In the first of a three-part series of excerpts from "Burning the Future: Coal in America", we meet some of the West Virginians affected by our country's coal policy and see some of the health and ecological costs wrought by it.
TERRA 435: Burning the Future: Coal in America

Do you ever wonder where the juice to charge your iPod was produced? Like over half the electricity in the United States, probably from a coal-fired power plant run on coal from the mountains of West Virginia. This reliance on coal raises a score of questions about people, land, and a region's future. In the first of a three-part series of excerpts from "Burning the Future: Coal in America", we meet some of the West Virginians affected by our country's coal policy and see some of the health and ecological costs wrought by it.
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