The Green Planet Monitor – Season III, No. 12

The joys of coffee. Two stories about fair trade java, from Guatemala and Peru! And from beautiful Uganda—the Pearl of Africa—a story about cooperative innovation.

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The Green Planet Monitor – Season III, No. 11

Garbage, garbage everywhere; how to deal with all the garbage; on Rwanda’s green hillsides and in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, smart solutions are being devised. And from Guatemala—a tale of fair trade.

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The Green Planet Monitor – Season III, No. 10

Community radio making waves in northwestern Tanzania, independent journalism taking root in Rwanda, and a shipping container filled with books captures the attention of kids in Ghana.

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Psychiatry in Ethiopia

Obtaining mental health services is something many take for granted in Canada. In the African nation of Ethiopia, a decade ago, eleven psychiatrists provided services for the entire population of eighty million. Now, a joint training project between the Departments of Psychiatry at the Universities of Toronto and Addis Ababa, are turning out some of Africa’s most skilled practitioners.

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The Green Planet Monitor – Season III, No. 9

The struggle for land in post-Apartheid South Africa and on the steep mountain slopes of Honduras. And from West Africa, a story about forests being harvested—beneath a lake.

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Bottom Line

Melaku Worede

An Interview with 1989 Right Livelihood Award winner Melaku Worede.

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