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Author Index 2008

ABBOTT, SHERBURNE B.
A Contract with the Earth,= by Newt Gingrich and Terry L. Maple; July/August, p. 68
The Dawn of an Urban Millennium: “Global Change and the Ecology of Cities,”‡ by Nancy B. Grimm et al.; September/October, p. 4

AGORAMOORTHY, GOVINDASAMY, AND MINNA J. HSU
Small Size, Big Potential: Check Dams for Sustainable Development; July/August, p. 22

AGYEMAN, JULIAN
Food Equity in U.S. Neighborhoods: “Beyond Food Deserts: Measuring and Mapping Racial Disparities in Neighborhood Food Environments,”‡ by Samina Raja, Changxing Ma, and Pavan Yadav; September/October, p. 4

ALDY, JOSEPH E., AND ROBERT N. STAVINS
Climate Policy Architectures for the Post-Kyoto World; May/June, p. 6

BAI, XUEMEI
Does Urbanization Lead to Wealth? “Urbanization and the Wealth of Nations,”‡ by David E. Bloom, David Canning, and Günther Fink; November/December, p. 4

BIERBAUM, ROSINA M.
Coping with Climate Change: A National Summit;† July/August, p. 59

BIERMANN, FRANK, AND INGRID BOAS
Protecting Climate Refugees: The Case for a Global Protocol; November/December, p. 8
Climate Refugees: Cause for a New Agreement?* November/December, p. 51

BOAS, INGRID
see Biermann, Frank

BOYD, EMILY
see Bozmoski, Alexander

BOZMOSKI, ALEXANDER, MARIA CARMEN LEMOS, AND EMILY BOYD
Prosperous Negligence: Governing the Clean Development Mechanism for Markets and Development; May/June, p. 18

CLARK, GEORGE E.
Climate Policy’s Quiet Giants;# July/August, p. 6
Dictionary of Environment and Conservation,= by Chris Park; July/August, p. 66
Groundwater: A Tale of Two Settings;# November/December, p. 5
The Human and Social Costs of War;# March/April, p. 3
Making Climate News: “Climate Change and Journalistic Norms: A Case Study of US Mass-Media Coverage,” by Maxwell T. Boykoff and Jules M. Boykoff; and “Lost in Translation? United States Television News Coverage of Anthropogenic Climate Change, 1995–2004,”‡ by Maxwell T. Boykoff; July/August, p. 3
Sustainability Theater;# September/October, p. 6
War and Sustainability: The Economic and Environmental Costs;# January/February, p. 3

COBURN, TIMOTHY
see Farhar, Barbara

COHEN, NEVIN
The Working Landscape: Founding, Preservation, and the Politics of Place,= by Peter F. Cannavò; May/June, p. 60

COLTEN, CRAIG E., ROBERT W. KATES, AND SHIRLEY B. LASKA
Three Years after Katrina: Lessons for Community Resilience; September/October, p. 36

CUTTER, SUSAN L., AND RUTH S. DEFRIES, ANTHONY A. LEISEROWITZ, ALAN H. McGOWAN, AND TIMOTHY O’RIORDAN
Celebrating 50 Years; September/October, editorial

DABELKO, GEOFFREY D.
An Uncommon Peace: Environment, Development, and the Global Security Agenda; May/June, p. 32

DARMSTADTER, JOEL
Mitigating Climate Change: Who Pays? Who Benefits? “Global Warming and Social Justice,”‡ by Eric A. Posner and Cass R. Sunstein; November/December, p. 3

DEFRIES, RUTH S.
Getting Our Priorities Straight; March/April, editorial
see also Cutter, Susan L.

DUNLAP, RILEY E., AND AARON M. McCRIGHT
A Widening Gap: Republican and Democratic Views on Climate Change; September/ October, p. 26

FAILING, LEE
see Gregory, Robin

FALKENMARK, MALIN
Water and Sustainability: A Reappraisal; March/April, p. 4

FARHAR, BARBARA, AND TIMOTHY COBURN
A New Market Paradigm for Zero-Energy Homes: A Comparative Case Study; January/February, p. 18

FERNANDEZ, LISA O.
see Leiserowitz, Anthony A.

FRAYNE, BRUCE
The End of Food,= by Paul Roberts; November/December, p. 47

GARDNER, GERALD T., AND PAUL C. STERN
The Short List: The Most Effective Actions U.S. Households Can Take to Curb Climate Change; September/October, p. 12

GREGORY, ROBIN, LEE FAILING, AND MICHAEL HARSTONE
Meaningful Resource Consultations with First Peoples: Notes from British Columbia; January/February, p. 34

HAMANN, RALPH
Collaborative Land Use Management: The Quieter Revolution in Place-Based Planning,= by Robert J. Mason; May/June, p. 60
Seeking Sustainability in an Age of Complexity,= by Graham Harris; July/August, p. 68

HARRISS, ROBERT C.
A Brighter Future for U.S. Energy Supply: “A Solar Grand Plan,”‡ by Ken Zweibel, James Mason, and Vasilis Fthenakis; July/August, p. 3

HARSTONE, MICHAEL
see Gregory, Robin

HAUGLAND, JOHN
Multilateral Protection of Large Lakes;# May/June, p. 3

HERFORTH, ANNA
see Pinstrup-Andersen, Per

HSU, MINNA J.
see Agoramoorthy, Govindasamy

HULME, MIKE
Climate Refugees: Cause for a New Agreement?* November/December, p. 50

ILES-SHIH, MATTHEW
see Varady, Robert G.

INGRAM, HELEN
Water War in the Klamath Basin: Macho Law, Combat Biology, and Dirty Politics,= by Holly Doremus and A. Dan Tarlock; November/December, p. 46

JACKSON, WILLIAM J.
see Mainka, Susan A.

JACOBS, KATHARINE L.
see Saliba, George

KATES, ROBERT W.
see Colten, Craig E.

KOLMES, STEVEN A.
The Social Feedback Loop;* March/April, p. 57

LASKA, SHIRLEY B.
see Colten, Craig E.

LEISEROWITZ, ANTHONY A.
Preparing for the Future; November/ December, editorial
see also Cutter, Susan L.

LEISEROWITZ, ANTHONY A., AND LISA O. FERNANDEZ
Toward a New Consciousness: Values to Sustain Human and Natural Communities;† September/October, p. 62

LEMOS, MARIA CARMEN
see Bozmoski, Alexander

MAINKA, SUSAN A., JEFFREY A. McNEELY, AND WILLIAM J. JACKSON
Depending on Nature: Ecosystem Services for Human Livelihoods; March/April, p. 42

McCRIGHT, AARON M.
See Dunlap, Riley E.

McGEE, LESLIE-ANN S., AND WES SHAW
Sustainability Indicators: A Scientific Assessment,= edited by Tomás Hák, Bedrich Moldan, and Arthur Lyon Dahl; May/June, p. 59

McGOVERN, EMILY
see Varady, Robert G.

McGOWAN, ALAN H.
American Environmental History: An Introduction,= by Carolyn Merchant; November/December, p. 45
The CDM: A Mechanism for Eliminating Poverty? May/June, editorial
see also Cutter, Susan L.

McMICHAEL, ANTHONY J.
Population, Human Resources, Health, and the Environment: Getting the Balance Right; January/February, p. 46

McNEELY, JEFFREY A.
see Mainka, Susan A.

MEEHAN, KATHARINE
see Varady, Robert G.

OOI, GIOK LING
Addressing Globalization’s Unequal Effects: “Globalisation, Inequality and Climate Change: What Difference Does China Make?”‡ Raphael Kaplinsky; November/December, p. 3

O’RIORDAN, TIMOTHY
Catchment Care for Sustainability; July/August, editorial
Greening Campuses and Residences; January/February, editorial
see also Cutter, Susan L.

OSTROM, ELINOR
The Challenge of Common-Pool Resources; July/August, p. 8

PINSTRUP-ANDERSEN, PER, AND ANNA HERFORTH
Food Security: Achieving the Potential; September/October, p. 48

PRAKASH, ASEEM
American Environmental Policy, 1990–2006: Beyond Gridlock,= by Christopher McGrory Klyza and David Sousa; November/December p. 47

RAMACHANDRAN, MAHESH
Reversing the Race to the Bottom: Urban Groundwater Use in Developing Countries; July/August, p. 50

RAPPAPORT, ANN
Campus Greening: Behind the Headlines; January/February, p. 6

RASKIN, PAUL
The Bridge at the Edge of the World: Capitalism, the Environment, and Crossing from Crisis to Sustainability,= by James Gustave Speth; July/August, p. 66

RODDA, JOHN
see Varady, Robert G.

RUNNALLS, DAVID
Our Common Inaction: Meeting the Call for Institutional Change; November/December, p. 18

SALIBA, GEORGE, AND KATHARINE L. JACOBS
Saving the San Pedro River: Science, Collaboration, and Water Sustainability in Arizona; November/December, p. 30

SELIN, NOELLE ECKLEY
Biofuels and the Nitrogen Cycle: Warming or Cooling? “N2O Release from Agro-Biofuel Production Negates Global Warming Reduction by Replacing Fossil Fuels,”‡ by Paul J. Crutzen, Arvin R. Mosier, Keith A. Smith, and Wilfried Winiwarter; July/August, p. 4

SHAW, WES
see McGee, Leslie-Ann S.

SIIKAMÄKI, JUHA
Climate Change and U.S. Agriculture: Examining the Connections; July/August, p. 36

SLOVIC, SCOTT
American Earth: Environmental Writing Since Thoreau,= edited by Bill McKibben; November/December, p. 45

STAVINS, ROBERT N.
see Aldy, Joseph E.

STERN, PAUL C.
see Gardner, Gerald T.

TAYLOR, ANNA
see Ziervogel, Gina

VARADY, ROBERT G., KATHARINE MEEHAN, JOHN RODDA, EMILY McGOVERN, AND MATTHEW ILES-SHIH
Strengthening Global Water Initiatives; March/April, p. 18

VENKATARAMAN, BHAWANI
Climate Change: What It Means for Us, Our Children, and Our Grandchildren,= edited by Joseph F. C. DiMento and Pamela Doughman; July/August, p. 67
What We Know About Climate Change,= by Kerry Emanuel; May/June, p. 59
Why Environmental Education? September/October, p. 8

WALL, TAMARA
Wildfire and Americans: How to Save Lives, Property, and Your Tax Dollars,= by Roger G. Kennedy; November/December, p. 48

WEBERSIK, CHRISTIAN
Wars over Resources? Evidence from Somalia; May/June, p. 46

WILBANKS, THOMAS J.
A Question of Balance: Weighing the Options on Global Warming Policies,= by William Nordhaus; November/December, p. 44

ZIERVOGEL, GINA, AND ANNA TAYLOR
Feeling Stressed: Integrating Climate Adaptation with Other Priorities in South Africa; March/April, p. 32

Key: = Books of Note; # Bytes of Note; * Commentary; † Conference Report; ‡ Editors' Picks

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