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View Resource Climate Change and Utah: The Scientific Consensus

As directed by Governor Jon Huntsman?s Blue Ribbon Advisory Council on Climate Change (BRAC), this report summarizes present scientific understanding of climate change and its potential impacts o...
View Resource Center for Native Peoples and the Environment

Our region is the home of two great intellectual traditions regarding stewardship of the earth; traditional ecological knowledge of indigenous people and scientific ecological knowledge. The mission...
View Resource Platform for Creating and Retaining Midwestern Jobs in the New Energy Economy

A 36 page paper funded by The Joyce Foundation, Great Plains Institute, and Corporation for a Skilled Workforce. Jobs + Energy Forum, Creating Jobs in the New Energy Economy Advisory Group.
View Resource Annual Report on the Environment in Japan 2004

The annual report includes an overview of the diffusion of environmentalism in Japan and the world during FY 2003. The report details the environmental issues and the environmental conservation...
View Resource Annual Report on the Environment in Japan 2003

The annual report summarizes the state of the global environment and development of individual and community efforts in Japan, FY 2002. Also it introduced the environmental issues and environmental...
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