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View Resource Fewer or More? The Real Story of Global Population

The phrase population crisis once roused fears of uncontrollable growth in human numbers. However, now that many societies have improved women's status and increased access to family planning, some...

http://www.populationaction.org/Publications/Fact_Sheets/FS3...
View Resource The Importance of Population for Climate Change Challenges and Solutions

Climate change is one of the greatest challenges facing humanity in the 21st century. It has been historically driven by an atmospheric build-up of greenhouse gases (GHGs) generated mostly by the...

http://populationaction.org/policy-briefs/the-importance-of-...
View Resource Smithsonian Ichthyology

Ichthyology is the study of fishes. Research by staff and associates in the Division covers a broad spectrum of the great diversity of fishes, generally relying on the vast resources of the national...

http://vertebrates.si.edu/fishes/
View Resource Chlorine Dioxide: One Way Out of the Chlorine Controversy

Discussion of chlorine dioxide and its environmental benefits in the context of current legislation regarding chlorine and chlorinated compounds. (Talking Points Format)

http://aet.org/reports/communication_resources/fact_sheets/o...
View Resource Oil Sands: Destroyer or Savior?

The vast, gooey mixture of clay, sand, water and, most notably, bitumen ? a hydrocarbon paste that, with a fair amount of work, can be separated from the granular stuff and eventually refined into a...

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/07/business/global/07iht-gree...
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