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Sea-level rise due to climate change threatens hundreds of U.S. animal species, says Shaye Wolf (2000) of the Center for Biological Diversity.
World Bank's new framework provides tropical forest nations with clarity on REDD+, says Lloyd Gamble (2003) of the WWF.
Kelly Sims-Gallagher's (1999) new book, The Globalization of Clean Energy Technology: Lessons from China, is now available for pre-order.
Restoring the Gulf of Mexico will require a larger approach, writes Dennis Takahashi-Kelso (1998) of Ocean Conservancy in the Huffington Post.
Rachel Morello-Frosch's (1995) research that found high correlations indoors and outdoors for pollutants from industrial sources in Richmond, California, was quoted in Scientific American.
"Climate change is only half of the story," says Leigh Raymond (1997) of Purdue's Climate Change Research Center, along with 'socioclimatic' risk.
Watch Heather Coleman (2003) discuss the new Oxfam report "Extreme Weather, Extreme Prices" on Mother Jones.
Leonard Sklar (1996) and Amy Luers (2000) recently published an opinion piece in the Stanford Social Innovation Review asking "Climate Change: What Is Our Goal?"
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