Vol. 22 Nbr. 1, January 2009
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- Population and location values.
- Chinese livestock a growing challenge.
- U.S. city dwellers flock to raising chickens.
- IPCC chair: climate change severity underreported.
- Offshore wind power set to expand.
- Amazon losses.
- Conservationists push to protect marine areas.
- Crop crisis.
- Good oil?
- Hamstrung hydrogen.
- Native victory.
- Report reveals flawed U.S. e-waste policies.
- Antarctica and climate change; Recent melting in the planet's icebox could spell trouble.
- Meltdown or Green Deal? The global financial crisis has created an opening for a sustainability revolution.
- Julia Tier: Reluctant Vegetarian.
- Polluters' shell game: the worst polluters are hiding their minuscule contribution to the economy.
- Energy efficiency, rediscovered: climate change and rising energy prices are making efficiency look good--again.
- Carbon emissions on the rise.
- Strong growth in compact fluorescent bulbs reduces electricity demand.
- The Living Earth Ethical Principles: just livelihood and Mindful consumption.