What’s New October 2002

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Date of Update


October 27, 2002

  1. New!A new page on the climate conference in Delhi has been added. October 23 to November 1, 2001 sees the eighth session of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference of the Parties (or, COP8 for short). Leading up to this conference there has still been little progress on reducing emissions, as well as little middle coverage from some of the mainstream. (In addition, the overview page on climate change negotiations has also been updated.)
    Delhi Conference »
    Climate Change Negotiations and Actions »
    - Related Section(s): Global Warming

  2. What is the relation of media, advertising and globalization? Some updated information has been added to the media advertizing page looking at this angle. Find Out More »
    - Related Section(s): Corporate Media / Mainstream Media / Trade Related Issues

  3. A few additional articles on various aspects of the so called "war on terror" have been posted. Articles include those on geopolitics, the war on terror, as well as another FAQ. Find Out More »
    - Related Section(s): Middle East / Geopolitics

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