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View Resource The Great Energy Challenge: Four Ways to Look at Global Carbon Footprints

Four ways to look at Global Carbon Footprints: Fourteen nations and Europe account for about 80 percent of world greenhouse gas emissions.
View Resource Indigenous Nations' Responses to Climate Change

The most promising avenues for Indigenous climate-change advocacy appear to bypass the established global system of sovereign states by asserting Native sovereignty in other areas. By not including...
View Resource Sustainable Development under Population Pressure: Lessons from Developed Land Consumption in the Conterminous U.S.

Population growth will result in a significant anthropogenic environmental change worldwide through increases in developed land (DL) consumption. DL consumption is an important environmental and...
View Resource U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit

Individuals, businesses, and communities can respond to the challenges of our changing climate. This framework can guide you through the process of planning and implementing resilience-building...
View Resource Antecedents and consequences of monitoring domestic electricity consumption

Despite evidence that monitoring domestic electricity usage can reduce consumption, there is currently little information on what factors motivate people to monitor their consumption. The present...
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