Link TV's Catherine Day was recently invited to post on the Mother Nature Network's blog to highlight our environmental programming:
|'You might have heard about China’s plans to build more than 20 dams along the Yangtze to harness their hydropower, but what has gone seemingly unreported in the news is the fact that the Himalayan lakes that feed all of the major rivers in Asia are drying up. Over time it is predicted that all of the these lifeline rivers are going to become seasonal with the melting of the glaciers, resulting in mass famine trickling all the way down through Pakistan and even Vietnam. So what is going to be the point of all these dams? Shouldn’t China be thinking differently?
One thing is for sure -- Link TV viewers are. This small independent (and nonprofit) channel has been around for 10 years, and if you’ve managed to find it in your satellite channel surfing, you’ve most likely caught a glimpse of the world that has been marginalized in mainstream media.'
Read the full post at MNN.