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Table of Contents
|The Global Environment: An Emerging World View|
|IPCC, 2007: Summary for Policymakers|
|Global Warming Battlefields: How Climate Change Threatens Security|
|China Needs Help with Climate Change|
|Where Oil and Water Do Mix: Environmental Scarcity and Future Conflict in the Middle East and North Africa|
|Population, Policy, and Economy|
|Do Global Attitudes and Behaviors Support Sustainable Development?|
|Paying for Climate Change|
|High-Tech Trash: Will Your Discarded TV or Computer End up in a Ditch in Ghana?|
|Down with Carbon: Scientists Work to Put the Greenhouse Gas in Its Place|
|Energy: Present and Future Problems|
|Gassing up with Hydrogen|
|Wind Power: Obstacles and Opportunities|
|A Solar Grand Plan|
|The Rise of Renewable Energy|
|What Nuclear Renaissance?|
|The Biofuel Future: Scientists Seek Ways to Make Green Energy Pay Off|
|Putting Your Home on an Energy Diet|
|Biosphere: Endangered Species|
|Forest Invades Tundra . . . and the New Tenants Could Aggravate Global Warming|
|America’s Coral Reefs: Awash with Problems|
|Taming the Blue Frontier|
|Resources: Land and Water|
|Tracking U.S. Groundwater: Reserves for the Future?|
|How Much Is Clean Water Worth?|
|Searching for Sustainability: Forest Policies, Smallholders, and the Trans-Amazon Highway|
|Diet, Energy, and Global Warming|
|The Politics of Climate Change|
|The Truth about Denial|
|Swift Boating, Stealth Budgeting, and Unitary Executives|
|The Myth of the 1970s Global Cooling Scientific Consensus|
|How to Stop Climate Change: The Easy Way|
|Environmental Justice for All|
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