Vol. 22 Nbr. 6, November 2009
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- Copenhagen: the road to success.
- Local food debate.
- Economies in nature.
- Dissing Pittsburgh.
- China slowly improving environmental transparency.
- World Bank initiates carbon footprint analysis.
- Family planning aid drops in priority.
- India announces groundbreaking solar plan.
- Asia urgently needs to improve water efficiency, report says.
- Wind energy could power all of China, study finds.
- Above par?
- Agroforestry practiced on nearly half world's farms.
- Crude awakening.
- Dry future.
- Fishy business.
- German scientists endorse a global climate bank.
- Wasted chance.
- Livestock and climate change: what if the key actors in climate change are ... cows, pigs, and chickens?
- Talking pictures.
- Vision quest: who will control the future of the Amazon? A complex and high-stakes struggle over the Amazon forests and their resources heats up.
- Seeing REDD: a useful climate-change policy tool, or a license to deny forest dwellers' rights?
- Seeking a low-carbon future.
- Growth in protected areas continues.
- Blogging lies, damned lies, and statistics.