New Venue for the DC Prize Ceremony

The Goldman Prize ceremony in Washington, DC is moving to a new venue this spring. In April 2013, the ceremony will take place at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center.

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Apple Set to Bring Some Mac Production to the US

Last week, Apple CEO Tom Cook announced to Bloomberg Businessweek that Apple plans to bring some production of Mac computers to the United States from China.

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Hurricane Sandy’s Strength: Coincidence or Climate Change?

Did climate change cause Hurricane Sandy? Many in the scientific community agree that it played a significant role in the storm’s strength and destructiveness.

“Hurricanes and tropical storms would occur with or without global warming. But many climate models suggest that such storms will become more intense as the planet warms,” Pennsylvania State University climatologist Michael Mann told the Huffington Post.

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Lois Gibbs Leads National Anti-Fracking Campaign

Lois Gibbs won the Goldman Prize in 1990 for her work to expose and clean-up ‘the love canal,’ a 21,000-ton toxic waste site buried beneath her neighborhood in Niagara Falls, New York. The discovery came after Gibbs launched a personal investigation into the unexplained health problems of her children and neighbors.

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Interview with Chavannes Jean Baptiste on Efforts to Rebuild Haiti

In the interview below, 2005 Goldman Prize recipient Chavannes Jean-Baptiste discusses the work that he and the team at the Peasant Movement of Papaye (MPP) have been doing since the 2010 earthquake that devastate

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