Posts tagged "China"
Dirty Planet: A Conversation with Journalist Andrew Blackwell

Dirty Planet: A Conversation with Journalist Andrew Blackwell

ITF speaks with Andrew Blackwell about his new book, Visit Sunny Chernobyl, a travel guide to the most polluted places on the planet. Even sites ravaged by radiation and industrial waste, he argues, can still be places of “nature, wildness, and beauty.”

Voice from Tibet in China — from a Han

Although this isn't about the environment, it's about human relations and is the voice of an ethnic Han who lives and works among Tibetans in China.

Hypocrisy of “I’m not a plastic bag” bag

Recently handbag designer Anya Hindmarch decided to jump on the environmental bandwagon by releasing a limited-edition canvas shopping bag emblazoned with the words "I'm not a plastic bag."

No free Internet here

With bloggers being jailed and sites being blocked around the world, it's time we took a stand against Internet censorship.

Gay connections

"We hope that after this show airs, homosexuality will no longer be an issue, that society will be more enlightened about it, more understanding and more tolerant."
Gang Gang, the producer of "Gay Connections" in English or, according to the Chinese press release, "Connecting Homosexual People," the first program to focus on gay issues in the country.