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Resources for the Future


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Resources for the Future

Resources for the Future

Resources for the Future

PERSONAL RESOURCES AS MODIFIERS OF THE RISK FOR FUTURE CRIMINALITY An Analysis of Protective Factors in Relation to 18-Year-Old Boys

Future Scenarios for the Sustainable Use of Global Phosphorus Resources P is for Preferred (P)Futures

Chapter 1: Feeding the Zest for Life: Spiritual Energy Resources for the Future of Humanity

SY5-1The progress and future issues of the education project for human resources in cancer medicine and care

Sustaining our Natural Resources in the Face of Increasing Societal Demands on Agriculture: Directions for Future Research

Northern Landscapes: The Struggle for Wilderness Alaska. By Daniel Nelson, Washington, D.C.: Resources for the Future, 2004. vii+312 pp. Map, notes, index. Cloth $36.95, Paper $22.95

Natural States: The Environmental Imagination in Maine, Oregon, and the Nation. By Richard W. Judd and Christopher S. Beach. Washington, D.C.: Resources for the Future, 2003, xv + 320 pp. Illustrations, notes, index. Cloth $32.95, paper $19.95

Statehouse and Greenhouse: The Emerging Politics of American Climate Change Policy, by Barry G. Rabe. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, 2004, 212 pp., $19.95 paperback, and Adaptive Governance and Water Conflict: New Institutions for Collaborative Planning, edited by John T. Scholz and Bruce Stiftel. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future, 2005, 274 pp., $29.95 paper.

Natural States: The Environmental Imagination in Maine, Oregon, and the Nation. By Richard W. Judd and Christopher S. Beach. (Washington: Resources for the Future, 2003. xvi, 320 pp. Cloth, $32.95, ISBN 1-891853-59-7. Paper, $19.95, ISBN 1-891853-60-0

 

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An independent environmental organization that is based in the USA, and whose mission is ‘to improve environmental and natural resource policymaking worldwide through objective social science research of the highest caliber’.

Subjects: Environmental Science.


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