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Myanmar Emerges: Resource Righteousness (VIDEO)

Myanmar Emerges is a year-long GlobalPost investigation into challenges facing Myanmar's nascent democracy. Part One of the series, The People vs. The Power, examines the battle between villagers and a Myanmar and Chinese government-backed mining company they say is stealing their land and ruining the environment.

Myanmar Emerges: Dreams to Dust (VIDEO)

Myanmar Emerges is a year-long GlobalPost investigation into challenges facing Myanmar's nascent democracy. Part One of the series, The People vs. The Power, examines the battle between villagers and a Myanmar and Chinese government-backed mining company they say is stealing their land and ruining the environment.

Myanmar Emerges: Poisoned Hope (VIDEO)

Myanmar Emerges is a year-long GlobalPost investigation into challenges facing Myanmar's nascent democracy. Part One of the series, The People vs. The Power, examines the battle between villagers and a Myanmar and Chinese government-backed mining company they say is stealing their land and ruining the environment.

Myanmar Emerges: We Never Agree (VIDEO)

During five decades of military dictatorship in Myanmar, dissident speech was a crime punishable by long years in prison. In response, defiant, highly literate political dissidents turned to the arts to express their opposition. 

Dead Men Working: Reviving Fukushima (Video)

Dead Men Working: The most dangerous drive

Driving a bus in Guatemala is the most dangerous job in the world, according to InSight Crime, which monitors organized crime in the Americas.

The Earth Project: Claiming the Sun

The first to take advantage of solar energy in Chile’s Atacama desert, the company Subsole launches a solar project that will power their irrigation and homes in a neighboring town.

The Earth Project: Electric Solutions

A new solar oven being introduced in Madagascar helps prevent deforestation while storing energy from the sun.
 

The Earth Project: Tidal Wave (VIDEO)

Electricité de France looks to tidal power as an alternative to nuclear energy.

America the Gutted: Ironworker Wang Pei

Ironworker Wang Pei at Zenhua Heavy Industry Company helped build the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.
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