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20 YEARS INTO OUR COMMON FUTURE
20 Years into Our Common Future, by Barbara T. Richman; November, p. 5
Energy Choices toward a Sustainable Future, by José Goldemberg; December, p. 6
Our Common Future Comes of Age, by Ruth S. DeFries; November, editorial
The Urban Challenge Revisited, by David Satterthwaite; November, p. 6

AFRICA
Africa: A Grand Challenge for Sustainable Development, by Robert W. Kates; May, editorial
Bioprospecting: Tracking the Policy Debate, by Rachel Wynberg and Sarah Laird; December, p. 20
Dry: Three Stories of Adaptation to Life Without Water, by Daniel Schaffer, Ehsan Masood, Yvonne Ndege, Pallava Bagla, and Katie Mantell; January/February, p. 8
A Greener Revolution in the Making? Environmental Governance in the 21st Century, by Arun Agrawal and Maria Carmen Lemos; June, p. 36
Providing Basic Utilities in Sub-Saharan Africa: Why Has Privatization Failed? by Kate Bayliss and Terry McKinley; April, p. 24
Redressing Inequality: South Africa’s New Water Policy, by Nikki Funke, Karen Nortje, Kieran Findlater, Mike Burns, Anthony Turton, Alex Weaver, and Hanlie Hattingh; April, p. 10

AGRICULTURE
Africa: A Grand Challenge for Sustainable Development, by Robert W. Kates; May, editorial
The Ripple Effect: Biofuels, Food Security, and the Environment, by Rosamond L. Naylor, Adam J. Liska, Marshall B. Burke, Walter P. Falcon, Joanne C. Gaskell, Scott D. Rozelle, and Kenneth G. Cassman; November, p. 30
Shade Coffee and Tree Cover Loss: Lessons from El Salvador, by Allen Blackman, Beatriz Ávalos-Sartorio, and Jeffrey Chow; September, p. 22

AIR POLLUTION
Climate Change Vulnerabilities and Responses in a Developing Country City: Lessons from Cochin, India, by Thomas J. Wilbanks, J. Timothy Ensminger, and C. K. Rajan; June, p. 22
Examining New U.S. Fuel Economy Standards, by Steven Plotkin; July/August, p. 8
A Future Short of Breath? Possible Effects of Climate Change on Smog, by Loretta J. Mickley; July/August, p. 34
Seeking Solutions for Suburbia,# by George E. Clark; November, p. 3
Where Are the Sky’s Limits? Lessons fromChicago’s Cap-and-Trade Program, by DavidA. Evans and Joseph A. Kruger; March, p. 18

ALTERNATIVE-FUEL VEHICLES
Fueling U.S. Transportation: The Hydrogen Economy and Its Alternatives, by Michael K. Heiman and Barry D. Solomon; October, p. 10

AQUACULTURE
The Need for a Balanced Ecosystem Approach to Blue Revolution Aquaculture, by Amir Neori, Max Troell, Thierry Chopin, Charles Yarish, Alan Critchley, and Alejandro H. Buschmann; April, p. 36

BIODIVERSITY
Bioprospecting: Tracking the Policy Debate, by Rachel Wynberg and Sarah Laird; December, p. 20
Coral Reefs: Indicators, Threats, and Conservation Resources,# by Barbie Bischof; December, p. 3
Environment and Human Rights,# by George E. Clark; July/August, p. 3
Place-Based Conservation: Lessons from the Turtle Islands, by Raul P. Lejano and Helen Ingram; November, p. 18

BIOFUELS
Fueling U.S. Transportation: The Hydrogen Economy and Its Alternatives, by Michael K. Heiman and Barry D. Solomon; October, p. 10
The Ripple Effect: Biofuels, Food Security, and the Environment, by Rosamond L. Naylor, Adam J. Liska, Marshall B. Burke, Walter P. Falcon, Joanne C. Gaskell, Scott D. Rozelle, and Kenneth G. Cassman; November, p. 30

BIOPROSPECTING
Bioprospecting: Tracking the Policy Debate, by Rachel Wynberg and Sarah Laird; December, p. 20

BRAZIL
A Greener Revolution in the Making? Environmental Governance in the 21st Century, by Arun Agrawal and Maria Carmen Lemos; June, p. 36
The Ripple Effect: Biofuels, Food Security, and the Environment, by Rosamond L. Naylor, Adam J. Liska, Marshall B. Burke, Walter P. Falcon, Joanne C. Gaskell, Scott D. Rozelle, and Kenneth G. Cassman; November, p. 30

BRUNDTLAND COMMISSION (SEE WORLD COMMISSION ON ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT)

BUSINESS (SEE CORPORATIONS)

CAP-AND-TRADE PROGRAMS (SEE ALSO MARKET-BASED INSTRUMENTS)
Grassroots Energy and Carbon Initiatives, by Timothy O’Riordan; March, editorial
The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative: Taking Action in Maine, by Sondra Bogdonoff and Jonathan Rubin; March, p. 8
Where Are the Sky’s Limits? Lessons from Chicago’s Cap-and-Trade Program, by David A. Evans and Joseph A. Kruger; March, p. 18

CHINA
The Environment and National Security, by Alan H. McGowan; June, editorial
Grow First, Clean Up Later? Industrial Transformation in East Asia, by Michael T. Rock and David P. Angel; May, p. 8
Searching for Oil: China’s Initiatives in the Middle East, by Henry Lee and Dan A. Shalmon; June, p. 8

CHILE
Dry: Three Stories of Adaptation to Life Without Water, by Daniel Schaffer, Ehsan Masood, Yvonne Ndege, Pallava Bagla, and Katie Mantell; January/February, p. 8

CITIES (SEE MEGACITIES, URBAN ISSUES)

CLIMATE CHANGE
Climate Change and Governance: Slow Going Below the Radar, by Timothy O’Riordan; July/August, editorial
Climate Change Skeptics: Disagreement, Hot Air, or Conspiracy?# by Thomas M. Parris; March, p. 3
Climate Change Vulnerabilities and Responses in a Developing Country City: Lessons from Cochin, India, by Thomas J. Wilbanks, J. Timothy Ensminger, and C. K. Rajan; June, p. 22
Environment and Human Rights,# by George E. Clark; July/August, p. 3
From Uncertain to Unequivocal, The IPCC Working Group I Report: Climate Change 2007—The Physical Science Basis;† reviewed by Diana Liverman, October, p. 28
Fueling U.S. Transportation: The Hydrogen Economy and Its Alternatives, by Michael K. Heiman and Barry D. Solomon; October, p. 10
A Future Short of Breath? Possible Effects of Climate Change on Smog, by Loretta J. Mickley; July/August, p. 34
Global Warming: Are Environmentalists Part of the Problem? by Robert W. Kates; January/February, editorial
Grassroots Energy and Carbon Initiatives, by Timothy O’Riordan; March, editorial
Green in the U.S.A.? by Alan H. McGowan; April, editorial
Necessary but Insufficient: State Renewable Portfolio Standards and Climate Change Policies, by Benjamin K. Sovacool and Jack N. Barkenbus; July/August, p. 20
The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative: Taking Action in Maine, by Sondra Bogdonoff and Jonathan Rubin; March, p. 8
Rethinking Energy Options to Address Climate Change, by Alan H. McGowan; October, editorial
The Retreat from the Coast, by Robert W. Kates; September, editorial
The Stern Review: Implications for Climate Change, Stern Review of the Economics of Climate Change;† reviewed by Gary W. Yohe and Richard S. J. Tol, March, p. 36
Turning the Corner, by Robert W. Kates; December, editorial
Where Are the Sky’s Limits? Lessons from Chicago’s Cap-and-Trade Program, by David A. Evans and Joseph A. Kruger; March, p. 18

COASTAL DEVELOPMENT
Climate Change Vulnerabilities and Responses in a Developing Country City: Lessons from Cochin, India, by Thomas J. Wilbanks, J. Timothy Ensminger, and C. K. Rajan; June, p. 22
The Retreat from the Coast, by Robert W. Kates; September, editorial
The U.S. Hurricane Coasts: Increasingly Vulnerable? by Susan L. Cutter, Laurie A. Johnson, Christina Finch, and Melissa Berry; September, p. 8

COFFEE
Shade Coffee and Tree Cover Loss: Lessons from El Salvador, by Allen Blackman, Beatriz Ávalos-Sartorio, and Jeffrey Chow; September, p. 22

CONSERVATION
Coral Reefs: Indicators, Threats, and Conservation Resources,# by Barbie Bischof; December, p. 3
Hunting in Context,# by George E. Clark; June, p. 3
Place-Based Conservation: Lessons from the Turtle Islands, by Raul P. Lejano and Helen Ingram; November, p. 18
Solving the Crisis in Ocean Governance: Place-Based Management of Marine Ecosystems, by Oran R. Young, Gail Osherenko, Julia Ekstrom, Larry B. Crowder, John Ogden, James A. Wilson, Jon C. Day, Fanny Douvere, Charles N. Ehler, Karen L. McLeod, Benjamin S. Halpern, and Robbin Peach; May, p. 20

CORAL REEFS
Coral Reefs: Indicators, Threats, and Conservation Resources,# by Barbie Bischof; December, p. 3

CORPORATIONS
Bioprospecting: Tracking the Policy Debate, by Rachel Wynberg and Sarah Laird; December, p. 20
Green in the U.S.A.? by Alan H. McGowan; April, editorial
A Greener Revolution in the Making? Environmental Governance in the 21st Century, by Arun Agrawal and Maria Carmen Lemos; June, p. 36

CORPORATE AVERAGE FUEL ECONOMY STANDARDS (CAFE)
Examining New U.S. Fuel Economy Standards, by Steven Plotkin; July/August, p. 8

DESERTS
Dry: Three Stories of Adaptation to Life Without Water, by Daniel Schaffer, Ehsan Masood, Yvonne Ndege, Pallava Bagla, and Katie Mantell; January/February, p. 8

DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Africa: A Grand Challenge for Sustainable Development, by Robert W. Kates; May, editorial
Bioprospecting: Tracking the Policy Debate, by Rachel Wynberg and Sarah Laird; December, p. 20
Climate Change Vulnerabilities and Responses in a Developing Country City: Lessons from Cochin, India, by Thomas J. Wilbanks, J. Timothy Ensminger, and C. K. Rajan; June, p. 22
Dry: Three Stories of Adaptation to Life Without Water, by Daniel Schaffer, Ehsan Masood, Yvonne Ndege, Pallava Bagla, and Katie Mantell; January/February, p. 8
Energy Choices toward a Sustainable Future, by José Goldemberg; December, p. 6
Grow First, Clean Up Later? Industrial Transformation in East Asia, by Michael T. Rock and David P. Angel; May, p. 8
Place-Based Conservation: Lessons from the Turtle Islands, by Raul P. Lejano and Helen Ingram; November, p. 18
Providing Basic Utilities in Sub-Saharan Africa: Why Has Privatization Failed? by Kate Bayliss and Terry McKinley; April, p. 24
Searching for Oil: China’s Initiatives in the Middle East, by Henry Lee and Dan A. Shalmon; June, p. 8
Shade Coffee and Tree Cover Loss: Lessons from El Salvador, by Allen Blackman, Beatriz Ávalos-Sartorio, and Jeffrey Chow; September, p. 22
The Urban Challenge Revisited, by David Satterthwaite; November, p. 6

DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE
Providing Basic Utilities in Sub-Saharan Africa: Why Has Privatization Failed? by Kate Bayliss and Terry McKinley; April, p. 24
The Urban Challenge Revisited, by David Satterthwaite; November, p. 6

ECONOMIC INCENTIVES (SEE MARKET-BASED INSTRUMENTS)

ECONOMICS
A Greener Revolution in the Making? Environmental Governance in the 21st Century, by Arun Agrawal and Maria Carmen Lemos; June, p. 36
The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative: Taking Action in Maine, by Sondra Bogdonoff and Jonathan Rubin; March, p. 8
Shade Coffee and Tree Cover Loss: Lessons from El Salvador, by Allen Blackman, Beatriz Ávalos-Sartorio, and Jeffrey Chow; September, p. 22
The Stern Review: Implications for Climate Change, Stern Review of the Economics of Climate Change;† reviewed by Gary W. Yohe and Richard S. J. Tol, March, p. 36
Where Are the Sky’s Limits? Lessons from Chicago’s Cap-and-Trade Program, by David A. Evans and Joseph A. Kruger; March, p. 18

ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT
Hunting in Context,# by George E. Clark; June, p. 3
The Need for a Balanced Ecosystem Approach to Blue Revolution Aquaculture, by Amir Neori, Max Troell, Thierry Chopin, Charles Yarish, Alan Critchley, and Alejandro H. Buschmann; April, p. 36
Place-Based Conservation: Lessons from the Turtle Islands, by Raul P. Lejano and Helen Ingram; November, p. 18
Solving the Crisis in Ocean Governance: Place-Based Management of Marine Ecosystems, by Oran R. Young, Gail Osherenko, Julia Ekstrom, Larry B. Crowder, John Ogden, James A. Wilson, Jon C. Day, Fanny Douvere, Charles N. Ehler, Karen L. McLeod, Benjamin S. Halpern, and Robbin Peach; May, p. 20

ELECTRICITY (SEE ENERGY)

EL SALVADOR
Shade Coffee and Tree Cover Loss: Lessons from El Salvador, by Allen Blackman, Beatriz Ávalos-Sartorio, and Jeffrey Chow; September, p. 22

EMISSIONS TRADING (SEE CAP-AND-TRADE PROGRAMS)

ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT
Hunting in Context,# by George E. Clark; June, p. 3

ENERGY
Energy Choices Toward a Sustainable Future, by José Goldemberg; December, p. 6
Fueling U.S. Transportation: The Hydrogen Economy and Its Alternatives, by Michael K. Heiman and Barry D. Solomon; October, p. 10
Necessary but Insufficient: State Renewable Portfolio Standards and Climate Change Policies, by Benjamin K. Sovacool and Jack N. Barkenbus; July/August, p. 20
Providing Basic Utilities in Sub-Saharan Africa: Why Has Privatization Failed? by Kate Bayliss and Terry McKinley; April, p. 24
The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative: Taking Action in Maine, by Sondra Bogdonoff and Jonathan Rubin; March, p. 8
Rethinking Energy Options to Address Climate Change, by Alan H. McGowan; October, editorial

ENVIRONMENTAL ARCHIVES
Exploring Environmental Archives,# by George E. Clark; May, p. 3

ENVIRONMENTAL DECISIONMAKING
A Dialogue, Not a Diatribe: Effective Integration of Science and Policy through Joint Fact Finding, by Herman A. Karl, Lawrence E. Susskind, and Katherine H. Wallace; January/February, p. 20
The Need for a Balanced Ecosystem Approach to Blue Revolution Aquaculture, by Amir Neori, Max Troell, Thierry Chopin, Charles Yarish, Alan Critchley, and Alejandro H. Buschmann; April, p. 36
Place-Based Conservation: Lessons from the Turtle Islands, by Raul P. Lejano and Helen Ingram; November, p. 18

ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE
Climate Change and Governance: Slow Going Below the Radar, by Timothy O’Riordan; July/August, editorial
A Greener Revolution in the Making? Environmental Governance in the 21st Century, by Arun Agrawal and Maria Carmen Lemos; June, p. 36
Solving the Crisis in Ocean Governance: Place-Based Management of Marine Ecosystems, by Oran R. Young, Gail Osherenko, Julia Ekstrom, Larry B. Crowder, John Ogden, James A. Wilson, Jon C. Day, Fanny Douvere, Charles N. Ehler, Karen L. McLeod, Benjamin S. Halpern, and Robbin Peach; May, p. 20

ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS
Global Warming: Are Environmentalists Part of the Problem? by Robert W. Kates; January/February, editorial

ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE (SEE HUMAN RIGHTS)

ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENT
Global Warming: Are Environmentalists Part of the Problem? by Robert W. Kates; January/February, editorial
The Environment and National Security, by Alan H. McGowan; June, editorial

ETHICS
Hunting in Context,# by George E. Clark; June, p. 3

EUROPEAN UNION SUMMIT
Climate Change and Governance: Slow Going Below the Radar, by Timothy O’Riordan; July/August, editorial

FARMING (SEE AGRICULTURE)

FILM
Environment on Film, by George E. Clark,# September, p. 3

FOOD
The Need for a Balanced Ecosystem Approach to Blue Revolution Aquaculture, by Amir Neori, Max Troell, Thierry Chopin, Charles Yarish, Alan Critchley, and Alejandro H. Buschmann; April, p. 36
The Ripple Effect: Biofuels, Food Security, and the Environment, by Rosamond L. Naylor, Adam J. Liska, Marshall B. Burke, Walter P. Falcon, Joanne C. Gaskell, Scott D. Rozelle, and Kenneth G. Cassman; November, p. 30
Shade Coffee and Tree Cover Loss: Lessons from El Salvador, by Allen Blackman, Beatriz Ávalos-Sartorio, and Jeffrey Chow; September, p. 22

FUEL EFFICIENCY
Examining New U.S. Fuel Economy Standards, by Steven Plotkin; July/August, p. 8
Fueling U.S. Transportation: The Hydrogen Economy and Its Alternatives, by Michael K. Heiman and Barry D. Solomon; October, p. 10

GEOPOLITICS
Africa: A Grand Challenge for Sustainable Development, by Robert W. Kates; May, editorial
Bioprospecting: Tracking the Policy Debate, by Rachel Wynberg and Sarah Laird; December, p. 20
Energy Choices toward a Sustainable Future, by José Goldemberg; December, p. 6
Searching for Oil: China’s Initiatives in the Middle East, by Henry Lee and Dan A. Shalmon; June, p. 8

GLOBAL WARMING (SEE CLIMATE CHANGE)

GLOBALIZATION
A Greener Revolution in the Making? Environmental Governance in the 21st Century, by Arun Agrawal and Maria Carmen Lemos; June, p. 36
Grow First, Clean Up Later? Industrial Transformation in East Asia, by Michael T. Rock and David P. Angel; May, p. 8

GREEN BUILDINGS
Green Buildings,# by Thomas M. Parris; January/February, p. 3

GROUP OF EIGHT (G8) SUMMIT
Climate Change and Governance: Slow Going Below the Radar, by Timothy O’Riordan; July/August, editorial

HUMAN RIGHTS
Environment and Human Rights,# by George E. Clark; July/August, p. 3
Redressing Inequality: South Africa’s New Water Policy, by Nikki Funke, Karen Nortje, Kieran Findlater, Mike Burns, Anthony Turton, Alex Weaver, and Hanlie Hattingh; April, p. 10

HUNGER
The Ripple Effect: Biofuels, Food Security, and the Environment, by Rosamond L. Naylor, Adam J. Liska, Marshall B. Burke, Walter P. Falcon, Joanne C. Gaskell, Scott D. Rozelle, and Kenneth G. Cassman; November, p. 30

HUNTING
Hunting in Context,# by George E. Clark; June, p. 3

HURRICANES
The Retreat from the Coast, by Robert W. Kates; September, editorial
The U.S. Hurricane Coasts: Increasingly Vulnerable? by Susan L. Cutter, Laurie A. Johnson, Christina Finch, and Melissa Berry; September, p. 8

HYDROGEN
Fueling U.S. Transportation: The Hydrogen Economy and Its Alternatives, by Michael K. Heiman and Barry D. Solomon; October, p. 10
Rethinking Energy Options to Address Climate Change, by Alan H. McGowan; October, editorial

INDIA
Climate Change Vulnerabilities and Responses in a Developing Country City: Lessons from Cochin, India, by Thomas J. Wilbanks, J. Timothy Ensminger, and C. K. Rajan; June, p. 22
Dry: Three Stories of Adaptation to Life Without Water, by Daniel Schaffer, Ehsan Masood, Yvonne Ndege, Pallava Bagla, and Katie Mantell; January/February, p. 8

INDIGENOUS PEOPLES
Bioprospecting: Tracking the Policy Debate, by Rachel Wynberg and Sarah Laird; December, p. 20
Dry: Three Stories of Adaptation to Life Without Water, by Daniel Schaffer, Ehsan Masood, Yvonne Ndege, Pallava Bagla, and Katie Mantell; January/February, p. 8

INDONESIA
Grow First, Clean Up Later? Industrial Transformation in East Asia, by Michael T. Rock and David P. Angel; May, p. 8
The Ripple Effect: Biofuels, Food Security, and the Environment, by Rosamond L. Naylor, Adam J. Liska, Marshall B. Burke, Walter P. Falcon, Joanne C. Gaskell, Scott D. Rozelle, and Kenneth G. Cassman; November, p. 30

INDUSTRY (SEE CORPORATIONS)

INTERGOVERNMENTAL PANEL ON CLIMATE CHANGE (IPCC)
Climate Change Skeptics: Disagreement, Hot Air, or Conspiracy?# by Thomas M. Parris; March, p. 3
From Uncertain to Unequivocal, The IPCC Working Group I Report: Climate Change 2007—The Physical Science Basis;† reviewed by Diana Liverman, October, p. 28
Rethinking Energy Options to Address Climate Change, by Alan H. McGowan; October, editorial
Turning the Corner, by Robert W. Kates; December, editorial

JAPAN
Grow First, Clean Up Later? Industrial Transformation in East Asia, by Michael T. Rock and David P. Angel; May, p. 8

KOREA
Grow First, Clean Up Later? Industrial Transformation in East Asia, by Michael T. Rock and David P. Angel; May, p. 8

KYOTO PROTOCOL (SEE ALSO CLIMATE CHANGE)
Climate Change and Governance: Slow Going Below the Radar, by Timothy O’Riordan; July/August, editorial
Turning the Corner, by Robert W. Kates; December, editorial

LAND USE
Unsustainable Suburbia,# by George E. Clark; October, p. 3

LEGISLATION—DOMESTIC (NON-U.S.)
Place-Based Conservation: Lessons from the Turtle Islands, by Raul P. Lejano and Helen Ingram; November, p. 18
Redressing Inequality: South Africa’s New Water Policy, by Nikki Funke, Karen Nortje, Kieran Findlater, Mike Burns, Anthony Turton, Alex Weaver, and Hanlie Hattingh; April, p. 10

LEGISLATION—DOMESTIC (U.S.)
California’s Climate Change Policy: Raising the Bar? by Pamela M. Doughman; September, p. 34
Examining New U.S. Fuel Economy Standards, by Steven Plotkin; July/August, p. 8
Necessary but Insufficient: State Renewable Portfolio Standards and Climate Change Policies, by Benjamin K. Sovacool and Jack N. Barkenbus; July/August, p. 20

LEGISLATION—INTERNATIONAL
Bioprospecting: Tracking the Policy Debate, by Rachel Wynberg and Sarah Laird; December, p. 20

MARINE ECOSYSTEMS (SEE OCEANS)

MARKET-BASED INSTRUMENTS (SEE ALSO ECONOMICS)
Grassroots Energy and Carbon Initiatives, by Timothy O’Riordan; March, editorial
A Greener Revolution in the Making? Environmental Governance in the 21st Century, by Arun Agrawal and Maria Carmen Lemos; June, p. 36
The Need for a Balanced Ecosystem Approach to Blue Revolution Aquaculture, by Amir Neori, Max Troell, Thierry Chopin, Charles Yarish, Alan Critchley, and Alejandro H. Buschmann; April, p. 36
The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative: Taking Action in Maine, by Sondra Bogdonoff and Jonathan Rubin; March, p. 8
Where Are the Sky’s Limits? Lessons from Chicago’s Cap-and-Trade Program, by David A. Evans and Joseph A. Kruger; March, p. 18

MEGACITIES
The Urban Challenge Revisited, by David Satterthwaite; November, p. 6

MEXICO
A Greener Revolution in the Making? Environmental Governance in the 21st Century, by Arun Agrawal and Maria Carmen Lemos; June, p. 36

MIDDLE EAST
Searching for Oil: China’s Initiatives in the Middle East, by Henry Lee and Dan A. Shalmon; June, p. 8

NATIONAL SECURITY—DOMESTIC (U.S.)
The Environment and National Security, by Alan H. McGowan; June, editorial

NATURAL DISASTERS
Environment and Human Rights,# by George E. Clark; July/August, p. 3
The Retreat from the Coast, by Robert W. Kates; September, editorial
The U.S. Hurricane Coasts: Increasingly Vulnerable? by Susan L. Cutter, Laurie A. Johnson, Christina Finch, and Melissa Berry; September, p. 8

NATURAL RESOURCES
Searching for Oil: China’s Initiatives in the Middle East, by Henry Lee and Dan A. Shalmon; June, p. 8

NOBEL PEACE PRIZE
Turning the Corner, by Robert W. Kates; December, editorial

OCEANS
Coral Reefs: Indicators, Threats, and Conservation Resources,# by Barbie Bischof; December, p. 3
The Need for a Balanced Ecosystem Approach to Blue Revolution Aquaculture, by Amir Neori, Max Troell, Thierry Chopin, Charles Yarish, Alan Critchley, and Alejandro H. Buschmann; April, p. 36
Solving the Crisis in Ocean Governance: Place-Based Management of Marine Ecosystems, by Oran R. Young, Gail Osherenko, Julia Ekstrom, Larry B. Crowder, John Ogden, James A. Wilson, Jon C. Day, Fanny Douvere, Charles N. Ehler, Karen L. McLeod, Benjamin S. Halpern, and Robbin Peach; May, p. 20

OIL
The Environment and National Security, by Alan H. McGowan; June, editorial
Searching for Oil: China’s Initiatives in the Middle East, by Henry Lee and Dan A. Shalmon; June, p. 8

OUR COMMON FUTURE (SEE WORLD COMMISSION ON ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT)

PARTICIPATORY APPROACH
A Dialogue, Not a Diatribe: Effective Integration of Science and Policy through Joint Fact Finding, by Herman A. Karl, Lawrence E. Susskind, and Katherine H. Wallace; January/February, p. 20
Place-Based Conservation: Lessons from the Turtle Islands, by Raul P. Lejano and Helen Ingram; November, p. 18

PEAK OIL
Energy Choices Toward a Sustainable Future, by José Goldemberg; December, p. 6
Fueling U.S. Transportation: The Hydrogen Economy and Its Alternatives, by Michael K. Heiman and Barry D. Solomon; October, p. 10

THE PHILIPPINES
Place-Based Conservation: Lessons from the Turtle Islands, by Raul P. Lejano and Helen Ingram; November, p. 18

PLACE-BASED MANAGEMENT
Place-Based Conservation: Lessons from the Turtle Islands, by Raul P. Lejano and Helen Ingram; November, p. 18
Solving the Crisis in Ocean Governance: Place-Based Management of Marine Ecosystems, by Oran R. Young, Gail Osherenko, Julia Ekstrom, Larry B. Crowder, John Ogden, James A. Wilson, Jon C. Day, Fanny Douvere, Charles N. Ehler, Karen L. McLeod, Benjamin S. Halpern, and Robbin Peach; May, p. 20

POLICY—DOMESTIC (NON-U.S.)
A Future Short of Breath? Possible Effects of Climate Change on Smog, by Loretta J. Mickley; July/August, p. 34
The Stern Review: Implications for Climate Change, Stern Review of the Economics of Climate Change;† reviewed by Gary W. Yohe and Richard S. J. Tol, March, p. 36
Place-Based Conservation: Lessons from the Turtle Islands, by Raul P. Lejano and Helen Ingram; November, p. 18
Providing Basic Utilities in Sub-Saharan Africa: Why Has Privatization Failed? by Kate Bayliss and Terry McKinley; April, p. 24
Redressing Inequality: South Africa’s New Water Policy, by Nikki Funke, Karen Nortje, Kieran Findlater, Mike Burns, Anthony Turton, Alex Weaver, and Hanlie Hattingh; April, p. 10
Searching for Oil: China’s Initiatives in the Middle East, by Henry Lee and Dan A. Shalmon; June, p. 8

POLICY—DOMESTIC (U.S.)
California’s Climate Change Policy: Raising the Bar? by Pamela M. Doughman; September, p. 34
A Dialogue, Not a Diatribe: Effective Integration of Science and Policy through Joint Fact Finding, by Herman A. Karl, Lawrence E. Susskind, and Katherine H. Wallace; January/February, p. 20
Examining New U.S. Fuel Economy Standards, by Steven Plotkin; July/August, p. 8
Fueling U.S. Transportation: The Hydrogen Economy and Its Alternatives, by Michael K. Heiman and Barry D. Solomon; October, p. 10
A Future Short of Breath? Possible Effects of Climate Change on Smog, by Loretta J. Mickley; July/August, p. 34
Grassroots Energy and Carbon Initiatives, by Timothy O’Riordan; March, editorial
Necessary but Insufficient: State Renewable Portfolio Standards and Climate Change Policies, by Benjamin K. Sovacool and Jack N. Barkenbus; July/August, p. 20
The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative: Taking Action in Maine, by Sondra Bogdonoff and Jonathan Rubin; March, p. 8
The Retreat from the Coast, by Robert W. Kates; September, editorial
Seeking Solutions for Suburbia,# by George E. Clark; November, p. 3
Solving the Crisis in Ocean Governance: Place-Based Management of Marine Ecosystems, by Oran R. Young, Gail Osherenko, Julia Ekstrom, Larry B. Crowder, John Ogden, James A. Wilson, Jon C. Day, Fanny Douvere, Charles N. Ehler, Karen L. McLeod, Benjamin S. Halpern, and Robbin Peach; May, p. 20
Unsustainable Suburbia,# by George E. Clark; October, p. 3
The U.S. Hurricane Coasts: Increasingly Vulnerable? by Susan L. Cutter, Laurie A. Johnson, Christina Finch, and Melissa Berry; September, p. 8

POLICY—INTERNATIONAL
Bioprospecting: Tracking the Policy Debate, by Rachel Wynberg and Sarah Laird; December, p. 20
Climate Change and Governance: Slow Going Below the Radar, by Timothy O’Riordan; July/August, editorial
Defining Precaution, UNESCO’s World Commission on the Ethics of Scientific Knowledge and Technology Report: The Precautionary Principle;† reviewed by Charles Weiss, October, p. 33
Energy Choices toward a Sustainable Future, by José Goldemberg; December, p. 6
From Uncertain to Unequivocal, The IPCC Working Group I Report: Climate Change 2007—The Physical Science Basis;† reviewed by Diana Liverman, October, p. 28
Grassroots Energy and Carbon Initiatives, by Timothy O’Riordan; March, editorial
Place-Based Conservation: Lessons from the Turtle Islands, by Raul P. Lejano and Helen Ingram; November, p. 18
Providing Basic Utilities in Sub-Saharan Africa: Why Has Privatization Failed? by Kate Bayliss and Terry McKinley; April, p. 24
Solving the Crisis in Ocean Governance: Place-Based Management of Marine Ecosystems, by Oran R. Young, Gail Osherenko, Julia Ekstrom, Larry B. Crowder, John Ogden, James A. Wilson, Jon C. Day, Fanny Douvere, Charles N. Ehler, Karen L. McLeod, Benjamin S. Halpern, and Robbin Peach; May, p. 20
The Stern Review: Implications for Climate Change, Stern Review of the Economics of Climate Change;† reviewed by Gary W. Yohe and Richard S. J. Tol, March, p. 36

POPULATION
The Urban Challenge Revisited, by David Satterthwaite; November, p. 6

POVERTY
Hunting in Context,# by George E. Clark; June, p. 3
Providing Basic Utilities in Sub-Saharan Africa: Why Has Privatization Failed? by Kate Bayliss and Terry McKinley; April, p. 24
Redressing Inequality: South Africa’s New Water Policy, by Nikki Funke, Karen Nortje, Kieran Findlater, Mike Burns, Anthony Turton, Alex Weaver, and Hanlie Hattingh; April, p. 10
The Ripple Effect: Biofuels, Food Security, and the Environment, by Rosamond L. Naylor, Adam J. Liska, Marshall B. Burke, Walter P. Falcon, Joanne C. Gaskell, Scott D. Rozelle, and Kenneth G. Cassman; November, p. 30

PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE
Defining Precaution, UNESCO’s World Commission on the Ethics of Scientific Knowledge and Technology Report: The Precautionary Principle;† reviewed by Charles Weiss, October, p. 33

PRIVATIZATION
Providing Basic Utilities in Sub-Saharan Africa: Why Has Privatization Failed? by Kate Bayliss and Terry McKinley; April, p. 24

PUBLIC OPINION
Green in the U.S.A.? by Alan H. McGowan; April, editorial

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION (SEE PARTICIPATORY APPROACH)

PUBLIC UTILITIES
Necessary but Insufficient: State Renewable Portfolio Standards and Climate Change Policies, by Benjamin K. Sovacool and Jack N. Barkenbus; July/August, p. 20
Providing Basic Utilities in Sub-Saharan Africa: Why Has Privatization Failed? by Kate Bayliss and Terry McKinley; April, p. 24
The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative: Taking Action in Maine, by Sondra Bogdonoff and Jonathan Rubin; March, p. 8

RACISM
Redressing Inequality: South Africa’s New Water Policy, by Nikki Funke, Karen Nortje, Kieran Findlater, Mike Burns, Anthony Turton, Alex Weaver, and Hanlie Hattingh; April, p. 10

REGIONAL GREENHOUSE GAS INITIATIVE
Grassroots Energy and Carbon Initiatives, by Timothy O’Riordan; March, editorial
The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative: Taking Action in Maine, by Sondra Bogdonoff and Jonathan Rubin; March, p. 8

RENEWABLE ENERGY (SEE ALSO ENERGY, CLIMATE CHANGE)
Energy Choices toward a Sustainable Future, by José Goldemberg; December, p. 6
Fueling U.S. Transportation: The Hydrogen Economy and Its Alternatives, by Michael K. Heiman and Barry D. Solomon; October, p. 10
Global Warming: Are Environmentalists Part of the Problem? by Robert W. Kates; January/February, editorial
Necessary but Insufficient: State Renewable Portfolio Standards and Climate Change Policies, by Benjamin K. Sovacool and Jack N. Barkenbus; July/August, p. 20
The Ripple Effect: Biofuels, Food Security, and the Environment, by Rosamond L. Naylor, Adam J. Liska, Marshall B. Burke, Walter P. Falcon, Joanne C. Gaskell, Scott D. Rozelle, and Kenneth G. Cassman; November, p. 30

RENEWABLE PORTFOLIO STANDARDS
Necessary but Insufficient: State Renewable Portfolio Standards and Climate Change Policies, by Benjamin K. Sovacool and Jack N. Barkenbus; July/August, p. 20

REPORTS
20 Years into Our Common Future, by Barbara T. Richman; November, p. 5
Defining Precaution, UNESCO’s World Commission on the Ethics of Scientific Knowledge and Technology Report: The Precautionary Principle;† reviewed by Charles Weiss, October, p. 33
Energy Choices toward a Sustainable Future, by José Goldemberg; December, p. 6
From Uncertain to Unequivocal, The IPCC Working Group I Report: Climate Change 2007—The Physical Science Basis;† reviewed by Diana Liverman, October, p. 28
Our Common Future Comes of Age, by Ruth S. DeFries; November, editorial
The Stern Review: Implications for Climate Change, Stern Review of the Economics of Climate Change;† reviewed by Gary W. Yohe and Richard S. J. Tol, March, p. 36
The Urban Challenge Revisited, by David Satterthwaite; November, p. 6

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (SEE ALSO CONSERVATION, NATURAL RESOURCES)
Bioprospecting: Tracking the Policy Debate, by Rachel Wynberg and Sarah Laird; December, p. 20
The Environment and National Security, by Alan H. McGowan; June, editorial
Place-Based Conservation: Lessons from the Turtle Islands, by Raul P. Lejano and Helen Ingram; November, p. 18
Shade Coffee and Tree Cover Loss: Lessons from El Salvador, by Allen Blackman, Beatriz Ávalos-Sartorio, and Jeffrey Chow; September, p. 22

SCIENTIFIC COMMUNICATION
A Dialogue, Not a Diatribe: Effective Integration of Science and Policy through Joint Fact Finding, by Herman A. Karl, Lawrence E. Susskind, and Katherine H. Wallace; January/February, p. 20

SOCIAL EQUITY
Energy Choices toward a Sustainable Future, by José Goldemberg; December, p. 6
Redressing Inequality: South Africa’s New Water Policy, by Nikki Funke, Karen Nortje, Kieran Findlater, Mike Burns, Anthony Turton, Alex Weaver, and Hanlie Hattingh; April, p. 10
The Urban Challenge Revisited, by David Satterthwaite; November, p. 6

SUBURBIA
Seeking Solutions for Suburbia,# by George E. Clark; November, p. 3
Unsustainable Suburbia,# by George E. Clark; October, p. 3

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
20 Years into Our Common Future, by Barbara T. Richman; November, p. 5
Africa: A Grand Challenge for Sustainable Development, by Robert W. Kates; May, editorial
California’s Climate Change Policy: Raising the Bar? by Pamela M. Doughman; September, p. 34
Climate Change Vulnerabilities and Responses in a Developing Country City: Lessons from Cochin, India, by Thomas J. Wilbanks, J. Timothy Ensminger, and C. K. Rajan; June, p. 22
Energy Choices toward a Sustainable Future, by José Goldemberg; December, p. 6
Environment and Human Rights,# by George E. Clark; July/August, p. 3
Fueling U.S. Transportation: The Hydrogen Economy and Its Alternatives, by Michael K. Heiman and Barry D. Solomon; October, p. 10
Green Buildings,# by Thomas M. Parris; January/February, p. 3
Green in the U.S.A.? by Alan H. McGowan; April, editorial
Grow First, Clean Up Later? Industrial Transformation in East Asia, by Michael T. Rock and David P. Angel; May, p. 8
The Need for a Balanced Ecosystem Approach to Blue Revolution Aquaculture, by Amir Neori, Max Troell, Thierry Chopin, Charles Yarish, Alan Critchley, and Alejandro H. Buschmann; April, p. 36
Our Common Future Comes of Age, by Ruth S. DeFries; November, editorial
Place-Based Conservation: Lessons from the Turtle Islands, by Raul P. Lejano and Helen Ingram; November, p. 18
Providing Basic Utilities in Sub-Saharan Africa: Why Has Privatization Failed? by Kate Bayliss and Terry McKinley; April, p. 24
Redressing Inequality: South Africa’s New Water Policy, by Nikki Funke, Karen Nortje, Kieran Findlater, Mike Burns, Anthony Turton, Alex Weaver, and Hanlie Hattingh; April, p. 10
Rethinking Energy Options to Address Climate Change, by Alan H. McGowan; October, editorial
The Ripple Effect: Biofuels, Food Security, and the Environment, by Rosamond L. Naylor, Adam J. Liska, Marshall B. Burke, Walter P. Falcon, Joanne C. Gaskell, Scott D. Rozelle, and Kenneth G. Cassman; November, p. 30
Seeking Solutions for Suburbia,# by George E. Clark; November, p. 3
Shade Coffee and Tree Cover Loss: Lessons from El Salvador, by Allen Blackman, Beatriz Ávalos-Sartorio, and Jeffrey Chow; September, p. 22
Solving the Crisis in Ocean Governance: Place-Based Management of Marine Ecosystems, by Oran R. Young, Gail Osherenko, Julia Ekstrom, Larry B. Crowder, John Ogden, James A. Wilson, Jon C. Day, Fanny Douvere, Charles N. Ehler, Karen L. McLeod, Benjamin S. Halpern, and Robbin Peach; May, p. 20
Unsustainable Suburbia,# by George E. Clark; October, p. 3
The Urban Challenge Revisited, by David Satterthwaite; November, p. 6

TAIWAN
Grow First, Clean Up Later? Industrial Transformation in East Asia, by Michael T. Rock and David P. Angel; May, p. 8

TECHNOLOGY
Bioprospecting: Tracking the Policy Debate, by Rachel Wynberg and Sarah Laird; December, p. 20
Examining New U.S. Fuel Economy Standards, by Steven Plotkin; July/August, p. 8
Fueling U.S. Transportation: The Hydrogen Economy and Its Alternatives, by Michael K. Heiman and Barry D. Solomon; October, p. 10
Grow First, Clean Up Later? Industrial Transformation in East Asia, by Michael T. Rock and David P. Angel; May, p. 8
The Ripple Effect: Biofuels, Food Security, and the Environment, by Rosamond L. Naylor, Adam J. Liska, Marshall B. Burke, Walter P. Falcon, Joanne C. Gaskell, Scott D. Rozelle, and Kenneth G. Cassman; November, p. 30

THAILAND
Grow First, Clean Up Later? Industrial Transformation in East Asia, by Michael T. Rock and David P. Angel; May, p. 8

TRADE
Searching for Oil: China’s Initiatives in the Middle East, by Henry Lee and Dan A. Shalmon; June, p. 8

TRANSPORTATION (SEE ALSO ALTERNATIVE-FUEL VEHICLES)
Fueling U.S. Transportation: The Hydrogen Economy and Its Alternatives, by Michael K. Heiman and Barry D. Solomon; October, p. 10
The Ripple Effect: Biofuels, Food Security, and the Environment, by Rosamond L. Naylor, Adam J. Liska, Marshall B. Burke, Walter P. Falcon, Joanne C. Gaskell, Scott D. Rozelle, and Kenneth G. Cassman; November, p. 30
Seeking Solutions for Suburbia,# by George E. Clark; November, p. 3
Unsustainable Suburbia,# by George E. Clark; October, p. 3

UNITED KINGDOM
The Stern Review: Implications for Climate Change, Stern Review of the Economics of Climate Change;† reviewed by Gary W. Yohe and Richard S. J. Tol, March, p. 36

UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY (CBD)
Bioprospecting: Tracking the Policy Debate, by Rachel Wynberg and Sarah Laird; December, p. 20

UNITED NATIONS ECONOMIC, SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATION (UNESCO)
Defining Precaution, UNESCO’s World Commission on the Ethics of Scientific Knowledge and Technology Report: The Precautionary Principle;† reviewed by Charles Weiss, October, p. 33

UNITED NATIONS FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE (FCCC)
Climate Change and Governance: Slow Going Below the Radar, by Timothy O’Riordan; July/August, editorial

UNITED STATES
California’s Climate Change Policy: Raising the Bar? by Pamela M. Doughman; September, p. 34
A Dialogue, Not a Diatribe: Effective Integration of Science and Policy through Joint Fact Finding, by Herman A. Karl, Lawrence E. Susskind, and Katherine H. Wallace; January/February, p. 20
Examining New U.S. Fuel Economy Standards, by Steven Plotkin; July/August, p. 8
Fueling U.S. Transportation: The Hydrogen Economy and Its Alternatives, by Michael K. Heiman and Barry D. Solomon; October, p. 10
A Future Short of Breath? Possible Effects of Climate Change on Smog, by Loretta J. Mickley; July/August, p. 34
Grassroots Energy and Carbon Initiatives, by Timothy O’Riordan; March, editorial
Necessary but Insufficient: State Renewable Portfolio Standards and Climate Change Policies, by Benjamin K. Sovacool and Jack N. Barkenbus; July/August, p. 20
The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative: Taking Action in Maine, by Sondra Bogdonoff and Jonathan Rubin; March, p. 8
The Retreat from the Coast, by Robert W. Kates; September, editorial
The Ripple Effect: Biofuels, Food Security, and the Environment, by Rosamond L. Naylor, Adam J. Liska, Marshall B. Burke, Walter P. Falcon, Joanne C. Gaskell, Scott D. Rozelle, and Kenneth G. Cassman; November, p. 30
Seeking Solutions for Suburbia,# by George E. Clark; November, p. 3
Solving the Crisis in Ocean Governance: Place-Based Management of Marine Ecosystems, by Oran R. Young, Gail Osherenko, Julia Ekstrom, Larry B. Crowder, John Ogden, James A. Wilson, Jon C. Day, Fanny Douvere, Charles N. Ehler, Karen L. McLeod, Benjamin S. Halpern, and Robbin Peach; May, p. 20
Unsustainable Suburbia,# by George E. Clark; October, p. 3
The U.S. Hurricane Coasts: Increasingly Vulnerable? by Susan L. Cutter, Laurie A. Johnson, Christina Finch, and Melissa Berry; September, p. 8
Where Are the Sky’s Limits? Lessons from Chicago’s Cap-and-Trade Program, by David A. Evans and Joseph A. Kruger; March, p. 18

URBAN ISSUES
Climate Change Vulnerabilities and Responses in a Developing Country City: Lessons from Cochin, India, by Thomas J. Wilbanks, J. Timothy Ensminger, and C. K. Rajan; June, p. 22
A Future Short of Breath? Possible Effects of Climate Change on Smog, by Loretta J. Mickley; July/August, p. 34
Seeking Solutions for Suburbia,# by George E. Clark; November, p. 3
Unsustainable Suburbia,# by George E. Clark; October, p. 3
The Urban Challenge Revisited, by David Satterthwaite; November, p. 6

VULNERABILITY TO HAZARDS
Climate Change Vulnerabilities and Responses in a Developing Country City: Lessons from Cochin, India, by Thomas J. Wilbanks, J. Timothy Ensminger, and C. K. Rajan; June, p. 22
The Retreat from the Coast, by Robert W. Kates; September, editorial
The U.S. Hurricane Coasts: Increasingly Vulnerable? by Susan L. Cutter, Laurie A. Johnson, Christina Finch, and Melissa Berry; September, p. 8

WATER MANAGEMENT
Dry: Three Stories of Adaptation to Life Without Water, by Daniel Schaffer, Ehsan Masood, Yvonne Ndege, Pallava Bagla, and Katie Mantell; January/February, p. 8
Redressing Inequality: South Africa’s New Water Policy, by Nikki Funke, Karen Nortje, Kieran Findlater, Mike Burns, Anthony Turton, Alex Weaver, and Hanlie Hattingh; April, p. 10

WATER POLLUTION
Navigating Virtual Water,# by Thomas M. Parris; April, p. 3

WATER RIGHTS
Environment and Human Rights,# by George E. Clark; July/August, p. 3

WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION
Navigating Virtual Water,# by Thomas M. Parris; April, p. 3
Providing Basic Utilities in Sub-Saharan Africa: Why Has Privatization Failed? by Kate Bayliss and Terry McKinley; April, p. 24

WATER USE
Dry: Three Stories of Adaptation to Life Without Water, by Daniel Schaffer, Ehsan Masood, Yvonne Ndege, Pallava Bagla, and Katie Mantell; January/February, p. 8
Navigating Virtual Water,# by Thomas M. Parris; April, p. 3
Redressing Inequality: South Africa’s New Water Policy, by Nikki Funke, Karen Nortje, Kieran Findlater, Mike Burns, Anthony Turton, Alex Weaver, and Hanlie Hattingh; April, p. 10

WILDLIFE
Coral Reefs: Indicators, Threats, and Conservation Resources,# by Barbie Bischof; December, p. 3
Place-Based Conservation: Lessons from the Turtle Islands, by Raul P. Lejano and Helen Ingram; November, p. 18
Solving the Crisis in Ocean Governance: Place-Based Management of Marine Ecosystems, by Oran R. Young, Gail Osherenko, Julia Ekstrom, Larry B. Crowder, John Ogden, James A. Wilson, Jon C. Day, Fanny Douvere, Charles N. Ehler, Karen L. McLeod, Benjamin S. Halpern, and Robbin Peach; May, p. 20

WORLD COMMISSION ON ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT (WCED)
20 Years into Our Common Future, by Barbara T. Richman; November, p. 5
Africa: A Grand Challenge for Sustainable Development, by Robert W. Kates; May, editorial
Energy Choices toward a Sustainable Future, by José Goldemberg; December, p. 6
Our Common Future Comes of Age, by Ruth S. DeFries; November, editorial
The Urban Challenge Revisited, by David Satterthwaite; November, p. 6

BOOKS OF NOTE
Environmental Governance Reconsidered: Challenges, Choices and Opportunities, edited by Robert F. Durant, Daniel J. Fiorino, and Rosemary O’Leary; reviewed by Andrew Jordan, March, p. 45
Fragile Earth: Views of a Changing World, by Collins UK Editors; reviewed by Thomas J. Wilbanks, April, p. 45
The Future of Eco-Labelling, edited by Frieder Rubik and Paolo Frankl; reviewed by Coeylen Reed Barry, March, p. 45
Habitat Fragmentation and Landscape Change: An Ecological and Conservation Syntheses, by David B. Lindenmayer and Joern Fischer; reviewed by R. Matthew Beaty, July/August, p. 44
Our Earth’s Changing Land: An Encyclopedia of Land-use and Land-cover Change, edited by Helmut Geist; reviewed by Ralph Hamann, October, p. 37
Power, Justice, and the Environment: A Critical Appraisal of the Environmental Justice Movement, edited by David Naguib Pellow and Robert J. Brulle; reviewed by Robert W. Collin, July/August, p. 45
Science and Policy in Natural Resource Management: Understanding System Complexity, by Helen Allison and Richard Hobbs; reviewed by Henry J. Vaux, Jr., October, p. 37
Solar Revolution: The Economic Transformation of the Global Energy Industry, by Travis Bradford; reviewed by Frank N. Laird, May, p. 36
The Upside of Down: Catastrophe, Creativity and the Renewal of Civilization, by Thomas Homer-Dixon; reviewed by Graham Turner, July/August, p. 44

BYTES OF NOTE
Climate Change Skeptics: Disagreement, Hot Air, or Conspiracy? by Thomas M. Parris; March, p. 3
Coral Reefs: Indicators, Threats, and Conservation Resources, by Barbie Bischof; December, p. 3
Environment and Human Rights, by George E. Clark; July/August, p. 3
Environment on Film, by George E. Clark; September, p. 3
Exploring Environmental Archives, by George E. Clark; May, p. 3
Green Buildings, by Thomas M. Parris; January/February, p. 3
Hunting in Context, by George E. Clark; June, p. 3
Navigating Virtual Water, by Thomas M. Parris; April, p. 3
Seeking Solutions for Suburbia, by George E. Clark; November, p. 3
Unsustainable Suburbia, by George E. Clark, October, p. 3

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