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Bringing the Culture of Sustainability Management to Princess Cruise Lines
Huffington Post
, Dec 5, 2016
by Steve Cohen

Some Credence to Clear-Water Revival
Columbia magazine
, Dec 1, 2016

In Bangladesh, Arsenic is a Neglected Issue
The Lancet
, Nov 12, 2016

What Will President Trump Mean for Science?
Washington Post
, Nov 9, 2016

Seized Ivory Reveals That Elephant Poaching Is Still Going Strong
Vocativ
, Nov 8, 2016

Most Ivory Sales Today Come From Recently Killed Elephants
Smithsonian
, Nov 7, 2016

Recently Killed Elephants Are Fueling the Ivory Trade
Science
, Nov 7, 2016

MPA in Development Practice alumna Mariela Machado talks about engineering and sustainable development (Spanish)
CNN
, Nov 1, 2016

Why Haiti Is a Hub of Natural Disaster
The Atlantic
, Oct 6, 2016

Sustainable infrastructure after the Automobile Age
Boston Globe
, Sep 25, 2016
by Jeffrey Sachs

Louisiana Awaits Help As Media Moves On
Daily Beast
, Sep 18, 2016
by Irwin Redlener and Rebekah Gee

World will miss education-for-all target by 50 years: UN
Reuters
, Sep 5, 2016

Obama Is Repping His Environmental Legacy
Fusion
, Sep 1, 2016

President Obama Continues to Build His Environmental Legacy
Huffington Post
, Aug 29, 2016
by Steve Cohen

Beyond Zika: How Congress Is Flirting With Medical Disaster
New Republic
, Aug 12, 2016

On Sustainable Development, the U.S. Does Horribly
Washington Post
, Jul 24, 2016

A Historic Treasure, Saved From Demolition by Tree Rings
Greenwich Free Press
, Jun 2, 2016

Why We Need Long-Term Plans to Tackle Climate Change
National Geographic
, May 26, 2016

Farming and Air Pollution
BBC Science in Action
, May 19, 2016

Farms Are a Major Source of Global Air Pollution
ThinkProgress
, May 18, 2016

Earth Day 2016: Do People Still Care?
Christian Science Monitor
, Apr 22, 2016

Arsenic Threat Looms Large in India
InterPress Service
, Apr 20, 2016

University Drafts Sustainability Principles
Columbia Spectator
, Mar 23, 2016

You Can't Buy Happiness, But You Can Measure It
Foreign Policy
, Mar 17, 2016

Data at the Front Lines of Africa's Climate Crisis
World Policy
, Mar 16, 2016

At the Top, and Bottom, of the World Happiness Rankings
New York Times
, Mar 16, 2016

Zika Virus: Why Emergency Funding Is Necessary--And Why It Shouldn't Be
The Hill
, Feb 23, 2016

To Fight Zika, Learn From Ebola
Harvard Business Review
, Feb 5, 2016

Sustain What?
New York Times
, Dec 31, 2015

Arsenic Contaminates India's Groundwater
Scientific American
, Dec 29, 2015

Buffett's Grandson Seeks Own Route: Social Change
New York Times
, Nov 20, 2015

Indonesia's Fires Are Driving Climate, Public Health Crises
Climate Central
, Oct 27, 2015

How the History of Human Development Impacts Our Planet
PBS SciTech Now
, Oct 14, 2015

How the Rich Profit From Natural Disasters
New Republic
, Oct 5, 2015

What 15 Experts Think of Obama's Environmental Legacy
Nationswell
, Sep 22, 2015

Everyone Studies Climate Change in the U.S. Then They Leave.
RYOT
, Sep 15, 2015

Climate and the Khan
Discover
, Sep 1, 2015

A Conversation With Steven Cohen
Sag Harbor News
, Aug 30, 2015

How Natural Disasters Hurt the Poor More Than the Rich
Slate
, Aug 28, 2015

We Still Don't Know How Many People Katrina Killed
Five Thirty Eight
, Aug 26, 2015

Transition to Sustainability
The East Hampton Star
, Aug 20, 2015

Plundering the Poor After Disasters
WNYC Leonard Lopate
, Aug 10, 2015

Time for a More Modern Energy System
U.S. News & World Report
, Aug 5, 2015

Decarbonizing the Global Economy
CCTV
, Jul 26, 2015

Can Living With Drought Cause Trauma?
The Nation
, Jul 20, 2015

Steps Forward in Haiti, Backward at Home
Huffington Post
, Jul 1, 2015

Energizing Africa's Green Revolution
New York Times
, Jun 26, 2015

How Bangladesh Became a Model for Reducing Hunger
Christian Science Monitor
, Jun 17, 2015

Why There Are 200 Million Fewer Hungry People in the World
NPR
, Jun 1, 2015

Seeds of Hope
Columbia magazine
, May 20, 2015

How Congress Caused the Amtrak Crash
Daily Beast
, May 20, 2015

World Food System Has Grown More Vulnerable
Environmental Research Web
, Apr 22, 2015

Earth Day, Climate Change and the God of Small Things
Environmental Health News
, Apr 22, 2015

Before Fracking Begins, Scientists Test Air and Water
Inside Climate News
, Mar 31, 2015

Who's Afraid of a Mass Extinction?
PBS SciTech Now
, Mar 25, 2015

Payments for Ecosystem Services? Here's the Guidebook
Phys.org
, Mar 12, 2015

Conflict Resolution: Wars Without End
Nature
, Mar 11, 2015

A Thirsty, Violent World
The New Yorker
, Feb 24, 2015

What Haiti Needs to Do Next
Time
, Jan 12, 2015

Five Years After the Haiti Earthquake
Al Jazeera
, Jan 11, 2015

Helping Drought-Hit Kenyan Pastoralists Cut Losses
PreventionWeb
, Jan 8, 2015

Secondary Schools' Primary Importance
Project Syndicate
, Dec 19, 2014

A Pacific Isle, Radioactive and Forgotten
New York Times
, Dec 4, 2014

Are Smartphones Right for West Africa's Ebola Fight?
Politico
, Dec 2, 2014

Ebola: Out of the Headlines, But on the Horizon
CNN
, Nov 28, 2014

Africa Will Help Feed 9 Billion By 20250
Reuters
, Nov 3, 2014

How Ebola Exacerbates West Africa's Poverty Crisis
Scientific American
, Nov 1, 2014

Halting Ebola: How Small Changes Could Make a Big Difference
LiveScience
, Oct 29, 2014

Doctors Discuss Ebola Response at Columbia University Meeting
NY1
, Oct 27, 2014

Can China Deal With Its Smog?
CCTV
, Oct 19, 2014

Ebola Highlights a U.S. Public-Health Crisis
CNN
, Oct 15, 2014

'Basic Systems' Needed to Stop Ebola Epidemic
MSNBC Morning Joe
, Oct 6, 2014

Students Kill Invasive Wetland Plants
National Geographic News
, Sep 20, 2014

How Can We Stop the World From Having Too Many Babies?
Grist
, Sep 15, 2014

How Humans Deal With a Changing Environment
NPR On Point
, Sep 5, 2014

Science: What Can It Do for the Sustainable Development Goals?
SciDevNet
, Sep 5, 2014

Humanity's Incredible Run of Luck Might Be Coming to an End
Salon
, Sep 3, 2014

Does Power Drive People Mad?
World Post
, Aug 29, 2014

Can a Cold War Remnant Help Stem the Slaughter of Elephants?
Columbia magazine
, Aug 14, 2014

A New Frontier for Women's Education in Africa
MSNBC
, Aug 8, 2014

Africa: The Game Changer for Global Food Secuirty
The Hill
, Aug 6, 2014

Global Economic Losses From Cyclones Can Linger for Decades
Physorg.com
, Aug 5, 2014

Growing All the Food, Using Half the Water
Scientific American
, Aug 1, 2014

Amazon Oil Spill Kills Fish, Sickens People
Environmental Health News
, Jul 23, 2014

Global Initiative Seeks Answers to Eco-Challenges
The Hindu
, Jul 6, 2014

Steven Cohen on Understanding Environmental Policy
Columbia University Press
, Jun 25, 2014

Undocumented Children Need Charitable Help
USA Today
, Jun 25, 2014

Universal Basic Education: The Millennium Goal Everyone Forgot
Washington Post
, Jun 22, 2014

Making Every Day the Day of the African Child
Huffington Post
, Jun 18, 2014

All the Food, Using Half the Water
Scientific American
, Jun 17, 2014

How to Save Yourself When No One Else Can
The Atlantic
, Jun 11, 2014

The Children Working in America's Tobacco Fields
Huffington Post
, May 27, 2014

Federal Budget Proposals Split Over Energy
International Business Times
, Apr 6, 2014

Sustainability and Management Competence
World Financial Review
, Mar 31, 2014

Digging Deep for Safer Water
Chemistry World
, Mar 27, 2014

Is the U.S. Running Out of Well Water?
CBS News
, Mar 20, 2014

Fighting African Poverty, Village by Village
All Africa
, Feb 19, 2014

Time for a New Wave of Privatization?
The Economist
, Feb 3, 2014

Kenyan Village Shows Development Goals Can Be Reached
Daily Nation
, Jan 16, 2014

Biology's Coefficient
The Scientist
, Dec 1, 2013

Time to Stop Treating Farms and Forests Separately
Reuters
, Nov 18, 2013

New Soil Testing Kit for Developing Countries
Science Daily
, Oct 16, 2013

3 Natural Disasters We're Expecting
Al Jazeera
, Sep 23, 2013

UN Brainstorms Next Round of Development Goals
Columbia Spectator
, Sep 19, 2013

Massive Groundwater Pumping in Asia May Poison Millions
IRIN News
, Sep 11, 2013

How to Measure Global Happiness
Bloomberg TV
, Sep 10, 2013

Assessing Slash and Burn Agriculture
WAMC public radio
, Aug 9, 2013

New Goals in Sight to Reduce Poverty and Hunger
The Lancet
, Aug 1, 2013

Adapting to Climate Change in Arid Chile
Earth & Sky
, Jul 23, 2013

Traditional Forest Knowledge: A Real Resource
Reuters
, Jun 19, 2013

Managing Water in a Dry Land
Huffington Post
, Jun 19, 2013

Beneficial Use of Science Key to Post-2015 Development
SciDev.net
, Jun 12, 2013

All Around U.S., Risks of Water Crisis Loom
Business Insider
, May 21, 2013

Major U.S. Cities at Risk for Climate-Related Water Shortages
Bloomberg News
, May 16, 2013

Can the World Afford Cheap Water?
Scientific American
, Mar 29, 2013

America's Water: The World's Water
Huffington Post
, Mar 22, 2013

How to Triple Food Production in Africa
Huffington Post
, Mar 19, 2013

Larger Amazon Fires Point to Challenges of Urbanization
ClimateWire
, Dec 12, 2012

Global Water Crisis: Is It Mainly Lack of a Plan?
Christian Science Monitor
, Dec 4, 2012

Will the U.S. Surpass Saudi Arabia in Oil Production?
Popular Mechanics
, Nov 20, 2012

Irrigation Pioneer Wins World Food Prize
Voice of America
, Oct 17, 2012

How Business Is Trying to Solve the Global Sanitation Crisis
Guardian
, Oct 16, 2012

Still Seeking a 'Plan A' for Sustainability
Scientific American
, Oct 15, 2012

Extreme Weather Adds Urgency on Climate Policy
Climate Central
, Oct 12, 2012

Paying the True Cost of Fossil Fuels
LiveScience
, Oct 12, 2012

UN to Launch Global Network to Support Sustainable Development
Xinhua
, Sep 21, 2012

How One Man Helped Change the Way Farmers Water Crops
Wall Street Journal
, Sep 15, 2012

Sustainable Waste Management and Waste-to-Energy
Decoded Science
, Sep 14, 2012

Earth, Seen From Above
WAMC public radio
, Aug 24, 2012

Shared Solar Grids Bring Power to Isolated African Villages
Earth & Sky
, Jul 20, 2012

Community Health Workers: Developed Nations Can Learn From the Developing
WAMC public radio
, Jul 20, 2012

Putting a Price on Water Becomes a Sensitive Issue in India
ClimateWire
, Jul 10, 2012

Irrigation Pioneer Garners Top Prize
The Jewish Week
, Jun 27, 2012

Geeks for Good
The Economist
, Jun 27, 2012

Enriching Lives in Brazil With Running Water
Guardian
, Jun 21, 2012

Putting a Pricetag on Natural Disasters
GreenBiz.com
, Jun 14, 2012

Israeli Irrigation Expert Wins World Food Prize
Jerusalem Post
, Jun 13, 2012

Water Expert Crosses Religious, Political Lines to Win World Food Prize
Christian Science Monitor
, Jun 13, 2012

Water, Food and Air Are Not Free
Earth Times
, Jun 7, 2012

Growing Food Demand Strains Water, Energy Supplies
National Geographic News
, Apr 6, 2012

Africa-Wide Data System Aims to Boost Food Security
SciDev.Net
, Mar 28, 2012

Real-Time Monitoring of a Haitian Watershed
Haiti Libre
, Mar 25, 2012

The Global Energy-Water Food Challenge
Huffington Post
, Mar 22, 2012

Sinking Nations Pursue Legal Options to Stave Off Destruction
Forbes
, Mar 12, 2012

Dire Poverty Falls Despite Global Slump
New York Times
, Mar 7, 2012

Achieving World Food Security
WNYC Leonard Lopate
, Feb 17, 2012

Minerals: An Ethical Minefield
The Mark
, Feb 9, 2012

How to Save the World From Overpopulation
WNYC Leonard Lopate
, Jan 27, 2012

Racing Up (and Down) the Environmental Performance Index
New York Times
, Jan 27, 2012

Human Evolution and Sustainable Development
WAMC public radio
, Jan 24, 2012

How to Save the Global Water Supply
WNYC Leonard Lopate
, Jan 20, 2012

Millennium Villages: A Lasting Impact?
All Africa
, Dec 28, 2011

Will the Next War Be Fought Over Water?
The Big Think
, Dec 23, 2011

Science and Law, Rattled by Quakes
Science
, Dec 16, 2011

'Unresolvable' Conflicts: What to Do?
This American Life
, Dec 16, 2011

Why Collective Action on Climate and Debt Flounders
Epoch Times
, Dec 11, 2011

Talking With Shahid Naeem, Biosustainability Scientist
The Atlantic
, Dec 10, 2011

Climate Information: Malian Farmers' Best Tool?
Reuters
, Dec 9, 2011

Can Nations Agree on Anything? A Talk With Scott Barrett
The Atlantic
, Dec 5, 2011

Civil War and El Nino
WAMC public radio
, Nov 24, 2011

Top 10 Population Trends on Earth
Earth & Sky
, Nov 6, 2011

7 Billion and Counting
WNYC Brian Lehrer
, Nov 4, 2011

Western Amazon Losing Fire-Resistant Image
EcoAmericas
, Nov 1, 2011

Population Researchers Find Room in Academe
Chronicle of Higher Education
, Oct 30, 2011

What 7 Billion People Mean for Earth
CBS News
, Oct 30, 2011

7 Billion People: How Can This Go On?
Scientific American
, Oct 28, 2011

Breaking Down Family Planning Barriers in a Nigerian Village
BBC News
, Oct 27, 2011

Can Humanity Handle 7 Billion?
New York Times
, Oct 24, 2011

Five Ways the World Will Change Radically This Century
LiveScience
, Oct 20, 2011

Mobile Phone: Weapon Against Global Poverty
CNN
, Oct 9, 2011

Africa Development Project Makes Huge Progress, Says Director
Xinhua
, Oct 4, 2011

Scaling Up the Millennium Villages
Open Society
, Oct 4, 2011

Ban Ki-moon on the Power to End Poverty
Project Syndicate
, Oct 3, 2011

Hydrofracking, Reassessed
WNYC Brian Lehrer
, Aug 26, 2011

The Mathematics of Middle East Peace
Huffington Post
, Jul 5, 2011
by Peter T. Coleman

Less Educated Women Have Fewer Children. Or Is It the Reverse?
Time
, Jul 5, 2011

China's Water Problem
WNYC Brian Lehrer
, Jun 10, 2011

Redefining Marine Territories in a Changing World
Huffington Post
, Jun 8, 2011

Food Security Has Global Ramifications
Politico
, Jun 7, 2011

Are Peacemakers Helping or Harming?
Huffington Post
, May 27, 2011
by Peter T. Coleman

Business Education and Sustainability
WAMC Radio
, May 5, 2011
by Steven Cohen

Can the World Support 10 Billion People?
New York Times
, May 4, 2011
by Joel E. Cohen

India: Arid Land, Thirsty Crops
Scientific American
, Apr 1, 2011

Pedro Sanchez, Soil Scientist
UCal Science Communication
, Mar 28, 2011

Africa's Weather Data Should Be Free
Global Post
, Mar 25, 2011

Natural Disasters and the Poor
WAMC Radio
, Mar 21, 2011
by John Mutter

Meningitis: The Role of Dust
IRIN
, Feb 14, 2011

Researchers Look to Reduce Dominican Republic Quake Risk
Columbia Spectator
, Feb 9, 2011

Bamboo Bikes Hit Big Time
Treehugger
, Jan 21, 2011

From Gray Matter to Green Matter
Columbia Spectator
, Jan 19, 2011

Key to Planet's Big Problems: Think Small
Boston Globe
, Jan 10, 2011

New Environmental Recovery Program for Haiti
ReliefWeb
, Jan 5, 2011

Accra Joins Millennium Cities
Modern Ghana
, Jan 3, 2011

Groundwater 'Mining' in India Reaches New Lows
National Geographic News
, Dec 31, 2010

Framework Urged for Sustainable Investment
Gulf News
, Dec 12, 2010

Bean Crops May Cut Fertilizer Use, Subsidy Costs
VOA
, Dec 8, 2010

Columbia Looks Toward Four New Global Centers
Columbia Spectator
, Dec 3, 2010

A Sugar and Salt Solution to Cholera
New York Times
, Nov 5, 2010

The Race to Achieve Millennium Development Goals by 2015
Takeaway
, Sep 22, 2010

Canada Chided for 'Lack of Interest' in World's Poor
Globe and Mail
, Sep 20, 2010

In Kenya, Proof the Millennium Goals Can Work
The Independent
, Sep 20, 2010

Village Becomes a Lab for Curing Africa's Problems
Huffington Post
, Sep 20, 2010

Has the UN Made the World a Better Place?
NPR Talk of the Nation
, Sep 20, 2010

Millennium Goals, Five Years to Go
NYTIMES
, Sep 17, 2010
by Jeffrey D. Sachs

'Not Enough Being Done' to End African Poverty
BBC Radio
, Sep 13, 2010

The Irrigation Juggernaut
New York Times
, Sep 9, 2010

Beyond Oil: Corporate Influence and Regulation
OnEarth
, Aug 30, 2010
by Steve Cohen

Disasters Widen the Rich-Poor Gap
Nature
, Aug 25, 2010
by John Mutter

Monitoring the World's Agriculture
Nature
, Jul 29, 2010

Hunger: The Growing Problem
Nature
, Jul 29, 2010

Uganda: WFP Doubles Food Bought In Millennium Village
World Food Programme
, Jul 26, 2010

Education for a Sustainable Future
Times of India
, Jul 19, 2010

Testing Wells to Help End an Arsenic Crisis
Earth & Sky
, Jun 28, 2010

Africa Could Feed Itself, Says Soil Scientist
ABC News
, Jun 10, 2010

Universal Energy Needed, Report Says
UPI
, Jun 7, 2010

India's Nexus of Energy, Food and Water
Circle of Blue
, Jun 4, 2010

Millennium Villages: An Ambitious Strategy That Works
Modern Ghana
, Jun 3, 2010

Columbia Water Center at Work Across the Globe
America.gov
, Jun 1, 2010

Low-Cost Thrills in Millennium Village Data
Huffington Post
, May 31, 2010

Water: Making Farmers Matter
The Economist
, May 20, 2010

Tripling Crop Yields in Tropical Africa
Nature Geoscience
, May 10, 2010
by Pedro A. Sanchez

TIME Award Validates Work in Africa
Springfield State Journal-Register
, May 10, 2010

Earth Day Retrospective: Shape of the Planet
Vision
, Apr 26, 2010

Not Just World Malaria Day
Global Post
, Apr 26, 2010

A High-Minded Look at Electric Cars
New York Times blogs
, Apr 23, 2010

Earth Day at 40
National Geographic News
, Apr 22, 2010

Population Paradox: Balancing Earth's Two Planets
Big Think
, Apr 1, 2010

Global Business
BBC World Service
, Mar 30, 2010
Peter Day on the Millennium Villages

Have AIDS and Malaria Blinded Us to Heatlh-System Needs?
DNA India
, Mar 27, 2010

State of the Planet
WNYC
, Mar 24, 2010

Sustaining Developments
Columbia Spectator
, Mar 21, 2010

Columbia University Coming to India
Times of India
, Mar 18, 2010

Chile, Haiti: The Difference
OECD Insights
, Mar 17, 2010

Shower of Aid Brings Flood of Progress
New York Times
, Mar 10, 2010

Columbia Launches Sustainable Development Major
Columbia Spectator
, Mar 9, 2010

Cultivating New Talent in Land Use
Nature Jobs
, Mar 3, 2010

Working to Eradicate Hunger With the Millennium Villages Project
Earth & Sky
, Mar 1, 2010

Again the Phantom City Burns
OECD Insights
, Feb 22, 2010

University Creates Network of Global Centers
Columbia Spectator
, Feb 16, 2010

Defining Environmental Migrants
Policy Innovations
, Feb 11, 2010

Urban Growth, Farm Exports Drive Tropical Deforestation
Agence France-Presse
, Feb 9, 2010

City Dwellers Drive 21st Century Deforestation
Scientific American
, Feb 8, 2010

Village Project Provides Model for Ending Poverty
The National
, Feb 6, 2010

Haiti: How Greening Hillsides Can Help
Huffington Post
, Feb 5, 2010

Greening Haiti Can Bolster Recovery
Water and the World
, Feb 4, 2010

Next Tragedy in Haiti?
Epoca
, Jan 27, 2010
(in Portuguese)

Haiti: Addressing the Looming Threat
Newsweek
, Jan 26, 2010

Donors Face Quandary in Haiti
NPR Talk of the Nation
, Jan 26, 2010

Rebuilding Haiti From the Roots Up
Living on Earth
, Jan 22, 2010

Aid Must Target Haiti's Underlying Issues
NPR All Things Considered
, Jan 22, 2010

Donors Eye Billions to Rebuild Haiti
NPR
, Jan 21, 2010

What Does Rebuilding Haiti Mean?
OECD Insights
, Jan 21, 2010
by John Mutter

Haiti: Like Katrina, Only Worse
CNN
, Jan 19, 2010
by John Mutter

Haiti Quake Shattered Effort to Restore Resources
GreenWire
, Jan 18, 2010

What Will It Take to Rebuild Haiti?
Time
, Jan 16, 2010

Accra Declared Millennium City
Peacefm online
, Jan 15, 2010

Progress Report of a Millennium Village
New York Times blogs
, Jan 15, 2010

UN Seeks to Eliminate Mother-Child HIV Transmission
allAfrica.com
, Jan 11, 2010

UN Says Millennium Villages Help Halt Mother-Child HIV Infections
China View
, Jan 11, 2010

What Does Obama's Nobel Mean?
NPR The Takeaway
, Dec 10, 2009

Does the World Need Meat?
BBC News
, Dec 1, 2009

Rainforests Could Be Traded on World Market
BBC News
, Nov 16, 2009

The Great Generalists
Global Brief
, Nov 1, 2009

Can Renewable Energy Save the World?
Wall Street Pit
, Oct 30, 2009
by Geoffrey Heal

You Can't Eat Potential
On Line Opinion
, Oct 7, 2009
by Glenn Denning

Is Sustainable Agriculture Possible?
Earth & Sky
, Oct 5, 2009

Southeast Drought Study Ties Water Shortage to Population
New York Times
, Oct 2, 2009

Growing Population Poses Malthusian Question
Scientific American
, Oct 2, 2009

Drought? What Drought?
Atlanta Journal-Constitution
, Oct 2, 2009

Climate Insurance in Africa--For $5 a Year
New York Times
, Sep 30, 2009

Looming Global Scale Failures
Science
, Sep 11, 2009

Resolving Intractable Conflicts
Teachers College News
, Sep 9, 2009

Rwanda Millennium Village Brings Prosperity
allAfrica.com
, Aug 28, 2009

Clunker Program's Environmental Benefits Questioned
NPR Weekend Edition
, Aug 23, 2009

Global Economic Crisis Hits Indian Overseas Investments
Deccan World
, Aug 18, 2009

A Bold Soil-Mapping Venture
New York Times
, Aug 7, 2009

Digital Soil Map of the World
Science
, Aug 7, 2009

Exhausted Earth
Reuters blogs
, Jul 16, 2009
Climate Researcher Stuart Gaffin's blog

Can We Talk About Overpopulation?
Columbia
, Jul 15, 2009

A New Approach to Global Problem Solving
Huffington Post
, Jul 13, 2009
by John W. McArthur

Beacon of Hope in Africa
CNN blogs
, Jul 13, 2009
by Josh Ruxin

Farm Insurance May Help Poor Confront Climate Risk
Reuters
, Jun 24, 2009

End Mountaintop Removal
environment360
, Jun 22, 2009
by James E. Hansen

Earth 2100: Our Civilization's Last Century?
ABC
, Jun 2, 2009

The Global Food Crisis
National Geographic
, Jun 1, 2009

What Can We Learn From the Millennium Villages?
The Guardian
, May 26, 2009

The Truth About Water Wars
Seed
, May 14, 2009

Engineering Project Promotes Sustainability
Columbia Spectator
, Apr 23, 2009

World's Cleanest Countries
Forbes
, Apr 15, 2009

Latest Population Bombs and Busts
New York Times
, Mar 13, 2009

A Smarter Way to Combat Hunger
Nature
, Mar 12, 2009
by Pedro A. Sanchez

Looming Water War in Central Asia
Seed
, Mar 1, 2009

Sustainability Starts in the Classroom
Earth 3.0
, Mar 1, 2009

Melting Arctic Prompts Calls for Park on Ice
Wired
, Feb 4, 2009

Obama Green Team Must Make Up for Lost Time
Columbia Record
, Jan 24, 2009

10 Best Green Jobs
Fast Company
, Jan 14, 2009

New Soil Map for African Farmers
BBC
, Jan 13, 2009

Obama's Green Team
Popular Science
, Dec 18, 2008

Make Secondary Education Universal
Nature
, Dec 4, 2008
by Joel E. Cohen

Ensuring That Gifts Go Where They're Needed
New York Times
, Nov 11, 2008

Rwanda's Millennium Villages
PBS Frontline
, Nov 10, 2008

Google.org Spends $14 Million to Battle Pandemics
Wired
, Oct 22, 2008

Columbia University Unveils Master's Degree in Sustainable Development
Sustainable Business.com
, Oct 13, 2008

Making Microfinance Work
The American.com
, Sep 16, 2008

Google?s Philanthropy Arm Leads Effort to Use Weather Data to Fight Disease
New York Times
, Sep 2, 2008

You Think Oil's Going Down? Think Again
TheStreet.com
, Aug 1, 2008

Green Countries
Newsweek
, Jul 7, 2008

Taking Care of the Business of Public Health
PlusNews
, Jul 1, 2008

Still Counting Katrina's Dead
Huffington Post
, Jun 28, 2008

Africa needs a farming revolution, experts say
McClatchy Washington Bureau
, Jun 20, 2008

Food crisis may be a boon for small farmers in Africa
Los Angeles Times
, Jun 13, 2008

Sustaining growth is the century's big challenge
Financial Times Comment
, Jun 11, 2008

Uganda: Churning Money From Banana Leaves
The Monitor (Kampala)
, Jun 2, 2008

Fighting Poverty, Village By Village
AllAfrica.com
, May 29, 2008

The seeds of controversy
Ottawa Citizen
, May 28, 2008

African Agriculture
Council on Foreign Relations
, May 28, 2008

Famine Looms As Wars Rend Horn of Africa
New York Times
, May 17, 2008

The Clock Is Running Out
ScienceAlert
, May 15, 2008

8 Ways to Fix the Global Food Crisis
US News & World Report
, May 9, 2008

Why the 1930s Dust Bowl Was So Bad
LiveScience
, May 5, 2008

Global Food Crisis a 'Silent Tsunami'
NPR Talk of the Nation
, Apr 28, 2008

Bond Trader to Sell Rare Stamps for Charity
New York Times
, Apr 14, 2008

10 Fixes for the Planet
Newsweek
, Apr 14, 2008

Riots, instability spread as food prices skyrocket
CNN
, Apr 14, 2008

Rice Riots: The Global Food Shortage
WNYC, The Brian Lehrer Show
, Apr 10, 2008

World Water Day
NPR Science Friday
, Mar 21, 2008

Eradicate Malaria? Doubters Fuel Debate
New York Times
, Mar 4, 2008

Millennium Promise
Apogee Photo
, Mar 1, 2008

Study Shows Emerging Diseases on Rise
NPR Morning Edition
, Feb 21, 2008

Emerging Infectious Diseases on the Rise
ScienceDaily
, Feb 21, 2008

Britain Is Hotspot of New Germs Says New Study
The Telegraph (London)
, Feb 21, 2008

Disease Monitors Looking in Wrong Places
Nature News
, Feb 20, 2008

A Not So Mythic Amazonian
NPR
, Feb 4, 2008

Ending Famine, Simply by Ignoring the Experts
New York Times
, Dec 1, 2007

Fighting a Disease of Logistics, He Means Business
New York Times
, Nov 12, 2007

Bamboo Shoots and Trees
Salon.com
, Nov 5, 2007

Is a Green Revolution Finally Blooming in Africa?
ScientificAmerican.com
, Nov 1, 2007

Combating Malaria: Battling Over Bed Nets
Science
, Oct 26, 2007

Seeds of Change in Rwanda
TIME
, Sep 26, 2007

An African Revolution
Newsweek
, Aug 21, 2007

Going Up or Down
The Economist
, Jun 7, 2007

Fighting Malaria in Uganda: A slide show from the front lines.
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What Should a Billionaire Give ? and What Should You?
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Measuring Our Ability to Map Future Population Growth
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It Takes a Village to Save the MDGs
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Not Out of the Woods Just Yet
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, Apr 20, 2006

Forecasting Malaria
BBC Radio
, Mar 16, 2006

How Can Scientists Help Address Poverty?
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, Feb 27, 2006

Fresh Heat for Energy Policy
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, Sep 20, 2005

Human Population Grows Up
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, Sep 1, 2005

Africa: The Human Footprint
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, Sep 1, 2005

Bangladesh?s Deadly Wells
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, Jul 30, 2005

When Will We Tame the Oceans?
Nature
, Jul 14, 2005

Kenyan Village Serves as Test Case in Fight Against Poverty
New York Times
, Apr 4, 2005

Cutting World Hunger in Half
Science
, Jan 21, 2005

The Next Green Revolution
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, Oct 6, 2004

A Healthy Child Is a Better Student
Education Week News
, Aug 6, 2004

Human Population: The Next Half Century
Science
, Nov 14, 2003

Soil Fertility and Hunger in Africa
Science
, Mar 15, 2002