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Goldman Prize recipients in the news

July 15, 2010

Here’s a sampling of some of the major news stories and features that have come out recently about Prize winners from around the world.

July 14, 2010
Saving one of Europe’s treasures
CNN

July 12, 2010
Hidden shame of ship-breaking industry
CNN

July 12, 2010
Fighting the CAFOs
American Public Media’s The Story

July 6, 2010
Fighting Sea of Manure From Factory Farms, Woman Makes Enemies
Bloomberg

June 16, 2010
The Cost of a Fin
American Public Media’s The Story

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