Archives for Politics
Signed by Gov. Jerry Brown during a ceremony this week, Senate Bill 350 mandates that California produce 50% of its electricity from renewables by 2030.
According to a new poll a vast majority of Republicans are open to new sources of energy in order to reduce the country’s dependence on imported fossil fuels.
Over 20 regional and local governments, which together comprise 10 percent of the world’s GDP, have committed to new reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.
This week, the Obama administration announced a smart cities initiative that promises $160 million to help cities find new solutions to timeless problems.
The first movie produced in Turkey on the Armenian genocide has been directed by Ela Alyamac and Aren Perdeci. OBC's interview
According to the latest UNHCR estimates, approximately 1.770,000 refugees have reached Turkey since 2011 to date. OBC devotes a report to their situation in Istanbul, Diyarbakir, and Urfa. The first episode.
The commemorations of the twentieth anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide will be taking place in a town where hardly anyone lives any more.
Denial is the last stage of genocide. Acknowledging the crime, after 20 years, could help Bosnian society moving forward.
The stand of the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights ahead of the Srebrenica commemoration. Addressing the needs of the victims of the genocide must be the priority.
A rally in the Armenian capital against yet another electricity price increase triggers the police. Beatings, insults, and even violence against journalists
The path of the migrants towards the EU is full of risks. Following the Balkan route, the 200 km crossing Macedonia can be the most deadly. OBC's report
The European Games are not bringing to Azerbaijan the positive media coverage its authorities had expected, investing millions on the event. The best deal was Lady Gaga's surprise appearance, however.