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The Gulf oil spill, China's internet censorship

  • Aired: 06/03/2010
  • 54:46
  • Expires: 06/03/2015
  • Rating: NR
The Gulf Oil Spill and renewable energy. We travel to Louisiana to survey the effects of the spill and explore how it might affect ocean life and migratory birds. An illustrated explanation of the ties between the Minerals Management Service (MMS) and the industries it is tasked to monitor Drummond, the architect of Google’s policies on censorship in China and around the globe.
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