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View Resource Forced Out: The Effects of Involuntary Migration on the Environment

The United Nations estimates 19 million people have been forced by conflict or tyranny to leave their nation of origin. Another 24 million?though still in their native countries?have had to flee the...

http://www.ansp.org/museum/kye/human_influences/2003_refugee...
View Resource Climate Change and U.S. Natural Resources: Advancing the Nation's Capability to Adapt

Climate change is affecting land, water, and biodiversity in a variety of ways. Higher temperatures, altered precipitation patterns, increasing extreme events (droughts and floods), and increasing...

http://www.esa.org/esa/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Issue18.pd...
View Resource Down To Earth

In May 1992, the Society for Environmental Communications started India?s only science and environment fortnightly, Down To Earth (DTE). DTE?s sphere of influence is not just limited to India. Num...

http://www.downtoearth.org.in/
View Resource PCBs: A Persistent Issue

Over the past century, certain classes of chemicals were manufactured which remained present in the environment long after their usefulness had ended. When first developed, many of these substances...

http://www.ansp.org/museum/kye/human_influences/2002_PCBs.ph...
View Resource Congressional Research Service Reports: Natural Resources

National Council for Science & the Environment Library provides related links to foundations, careers & jobs, meetings & conferences, research, laws & treaties, journals & other news sources, some...

http://www.ncseonline.org/NLE/CRS/Detail.cfm?Category=Natura...
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