Vol. 21 Nbr. 1, January 2008
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- Biofuels, food, and population.
- Better than corn? Algae set to beat out other biofuel feedstocks.
- Crop yields expand, nutrients decline.
- "Zero" Amazon deforestation possible by 2015, Brazilian NGOs say.
- Rise in grain prices crimps U.S. food donations.
- "BRIC" countries top many industrialized nations in environmental commitment.
- Gas flaring wastes resources, pollutes atmosphere.
- Coal feat.
- Demand for exotic creatures widespread.
- Housing holes.
- Note just fever.
- Shell, shocked.
- Sick ships.
- Planting hope on Hispaniola: Haiti and the Dominican Republic are both grappling with ravaged forests, each in its own way.
- War and the environment: war can wreck landscapes and ecosystems as well as people.
- Be it ever so humble.
- Lordly langurs.
- Alana Herro: the call of the wild.
- Notes from Bolivia.
- Pointless PC pollution.