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View Resource Can human populations be stabilized?

Historical examples of demographic change, in China, Italy, Nigeria, Utah, Easter Island, and elsewhere, together with simple mathematics and biological principles, show that stabilizing world...
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...
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)
View Resource The Oil Sands Of Alberta: Where Black Gold And Riches Can Be Found In The Sand

There’s an oil boom going on right now. Not in Saudi Arabia or Kuwait or any of those places, but 600 miles north of Montana.
View Resource CleanTechnica

Green Options Media?s rapidly growing network of environmentally-focused blogs provides users with a broad spectrum of information for making sustainable choices. Launched in February, 2007, Green O...
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