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Science, Tech & Environment

After the Floods

Villagers in a region of Yunnan Province, China whose fields were flooded by a dam, have teamed up with a Chinese non-profit to create sustainable livelihoods and a community voice. Elise Potaka reports for Living on Earth.

Science, Tech & Environment

Deforestation Nations

Cutting down trees releases CO2 and reduces the amount of CO2 absorbed from the air every year. Now, the regional leaders of some tropical and industrialized countries are finding common ground on ways to curb climate change. Living on Earth reports.

Another recall of Chinese-made toys

The world's top toymaker, Mattel, said it would recall more than 800,000 Chinese-made toys because of too much lead in the paint. This is the third mass recall of Chinese-made products in less than six weeks. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Mary Gallagher, an expert in Chinese labor issues.

The World - Episode 20071101 - China's image makeover

A new law in effect in China today requires officials there to provide accurate and timely information about public emergencies. Up to now, Chinese officials often kept important public safety information under wraps for fear of losing their jobs. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with The World's Mary Kay Magistad about the new law.

The World - Episode 20071105 - Yahoo's China problem

Yahoo's relationship with Chinese authorities is under scrutiny again. The Internet giant gave the Chinese government information about a blogger who was then arrested. Anchor Marco Werman gets more on the story from The World's Technology correspondent Clark Boyd.

China comments on Kenya unrest

A commentary in China's official Communist Party newspaper blames Western-style democracy for the political unrest in Kenya, and Anchor Lisa Mullins gets reaction from Akwe Amosu, senior policy analyst for Africa at the Open Society Institute.