Vol. 20 Nbr. 4, July 2007
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- Cuba: sustainability pioneer?
- Carbon judgment.
- Costa Rica aims to become first "carbon-neutral" country.
- Portland leads the way in preparing for "peak oil".
- Population projections assume lower fertility, Greater control of HIV.
- Shark overfishing may lead to scallop losses.
- As poaching rises, DNA analysis may be critical for elephant conservation.
- Car-free bonus.
- Climate control.
- Ice cap kaput.
- Trafficking gone wild.
- Chinese air pollution crosses Pacific to Western U.S.
- Europe's first concentrating solar plant to light up Seville.
- Carbon offsets 101: a primer on the hottest--and trickiest--topic in climate change.
- Green tags: making sense of the REC-age.
- Traffic Planet: life in the second carboniferous period.
- A burning issue: palm oil shows promise as a biofuel, but the environmental cost of production can be high.
- Environmental award spotlights grassroots environmentalists.
- Bottom lines.