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Environment and Resources - The Erosion of Biodiversity

 


 

Worldwide Food Shortages: The Rich Have Already Eaten
by Rene Wadlow

Conference on World Food Security: The Challenges of Climate Change and Bioenergy

Al Gore: A Generational Challenge to Repower America

Window to Prevent Catastrophic Climate Change Closing

State of the World 2008
http://www.worldwatch.org/node/5551
Growing evidence suggests that the global economy is now destroying its own ecological base and offering little to billions of impoverished people. It quotes former World Bank chief economist Nicholas Stern, author of the acclaimed Stern Review on the economics of climate change, who describes the changes now under way in Earth's atmosphere as "the greatest and widest-ranging market failure ever seen In response, pioneering policymakers, business leaders and concerned citizens around the globe are creating the architecture of sustainable economies, one innovation at a time.

Environment Driving Global Economy, Says Worldwatch Institute in State of the World 2008

Webby Awards Honor "The Habitable Planet"
The Habitable Planet: A Systems Approach to Environmental Science is a course for high school teachers and undergraduate students in environmental science

China Already Surpassed U.S. as World's Top Polluter
by David R. Butcher

EARTHDANCE:-Living Systems in Evolution
by Elisabet Sahtouris

Earth Prophecy - And the way out
by Dr. Glen Barry
Increasingly I am convinced that the Earth and her humanity may overcome looming environmental crises. But the Earth will only be sustained in the long-term if we get serious now about ending new environmental damage, while restoring ecosystems that have already been adversely impacted.

Living on the Ice Shelf: Humanity's Melt Down
by Mike Davis

No Ice at the North Pole June 2008
by Steve Connor, The Independent UK

How Many Earth Days Do We Have Left?
by Terrence McNally, Interview with Lester Brown

The Precipice
by Leslie Fieger

Lifestock's Long Shadow"... Lifestock & (Un)Sustainability

Jobs in Renewable Energy Expanding…World Watch Institute
by Michael Renner