Vol. 23 Nbr. 4, July 2010
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- More accurate emissions data needed worldwide, U.S. researchers say.
- India imposes coal tax.
- India lights future with efficient lamps.
- U.S. cracks down on coal mining pollution.
- Conservation agriculture: keeping people and wildlife safe.
- Wildlife declines observed across Arctic.
- A dam sight worse.
- My own private hydrogen.
- Offset buyers beware.
- Rocky future.
- Sanitation innovations help provide safe water and food.
- Warming milk.
- Power to the pedals: after decades of trial and error, the ingredients for robust urban cycling cultures are becoming clear.
- Sustainable entrepeneurship in Africa: Africa might just be positioned to cope best in a resource-constrained world.
- The Pink & Blue Project.
- Voices from Africa: the South.
- Languishing languages: snapshots of efforts around the globe to preserve unique ways of thinking and speaking.
- Renewing the future and protecting the climate.
- Proportional responses: a selection of reader reactions to the announcement that this issue is world watch's last; the announcement offered readers the choice of donating the balance of their subscription or accepting other Worldwatch institute products as substitutes.