Vol. 21 Nbr. 3, May 2008
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- More on biofuels.
- Carbon transport costs.
- Cheers for NPG.
- Adjustments to agriculture may help mitigate global warming.
- Eugene, Oregon, earns global recognition for its transportation efforts.
- Gorilla tactics.
- Lethal ejections.
- Species savings plan.
- UN "buying local" for food aid program.
- Un-Glacial melt.
- China's bag ban likely to change consumer habits.
- World's copper use strains "nonrenewable" resource base.
- SCAMming environmental policy: policymakers crave certainty, but almost all science operates in shades of gray. The results of this clash can undermine the public interest.
- The incredible shrinking Amazon rainforest; But is the rate of loss rising or declining?
- What goes around comes around.
- Home-grown juice: why the sunny, windy United States is so far behind calm, cloudy Germany in renewable electricity generation.
- Malaria: new methods and new hope in battling an old scourge.
- Carbon markets gain momentum, despite challenges.
- Global economic growth continues at expense of ecological systems.
- We are what we read.