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In the aftermath of the devastating 2010 earthquake, an anthropologist reflects on his fieldwork in Haiti fifty years earlier.
Sidney W. Mintz
When it comes to global warming, the public has consistently manifested one strikingly widespread misperception.
Jon Krosnick, Ariel Malka, David Scott Yeager
Coal sits at the center of the most inconvenient truth about global-warming policy.
David G. Victor, Richard K. Morse
The role of neglected cities in a sustainable future.
Time to adapt to climate change.
Michael D. Mastrandrea, Stephen H. Schneider
Without public investment, the food crisis will only get worse.
Rosamond Naylor, Walter Falcon
Case Study: What Works Best in Poor Countries?
Michael Kremer, Edward Miguel, Clair Null, Alix Zwane
Managing our way out of the water crisis.
Frank R. Rijsberman
There is a lot we don't know about climate change, but what we do know should motivate us to action.
Review: Staying Human in an Engineered Age .
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