Vol. 22 Nbr. 4, July 2009
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- Palm oil.
- Cultural survival.
- Water pricing.
- Beyond the tailpipe.
- Carbon markets slow down.
- Global mercury negotiations commence.
- Financial leaders call for adaptation resources.
- Tar sands could threaten millions of migratory birds.
- Coffee sales helping chimpanzees, Goodall says.
- Recession may hinder sustainable tourism.
- Alliance formed to limit invasive species.
- Drought may threaten Darfur peace.
- Portraits of climate change: the Rocky Mountains.
- Erik Assadourian: tea parties for the climate?
- "Good fences make good neighbors." What exactly did poet Robert Frost have in mind?
- Local food: the economics: in the second part of this two-part series, we learn that local food is better for local economies. In some ways.
- Bicycle production reaches 130 million units.
- Goldman environmental prize winners.
- Brazil's carbon challenge: Brazil's carbon footprint comes mainly from land uses, not energy.
- The Living Earth Ethical Principles: shifting perspective and active political engagement.