Africa: Cash for Climate Change?

China and the U.S. may be patting themselves on the back for proposing CO2 emission cuts, but African nations are boiling mad. Africa accounts for 14% of the world's population, but emits only 3% of its CO2. Amid floods in the continent's east and drought in the west, Africans accuse the developed world of timidity, and some are calling for climate reparations. Full Story »

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Jefferson Cauvin
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by Jefferson Cauvin - Feb. 3, 2010

This is good journalism because this video informs the public about a ever growing problem that involves Globalization and how it has negatively affected developing countries. This piece shows much depth by using factual information, graphs, and government.

I really like the quality of this video.

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