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제목 Environmental Stories to Watch 2010
Environmental Stories to Watch 2010


On January 7th, over 40 journalists gathered at the National Press club for WRI President Jonathan Lash's annual "Stories to Watch" presentation. The briefing previewed key environmental issues that will likely emerge throughout 2010.
This year the issues included:

  • An update on enforcement of the newly revised Lacey Act covering illegal logging.
  • New approaches to combat nutrient pollution in the Chesapeake Bay watershed, including possibilities for a nutrient trading system.
  • COP-15 Copenhagen: The way forward after the international climate negotiations and the global power shift taking place.
  • China's environmental targets and adoption of the country's 12th Five Year Plan this spring.
  • Forests: International plans to potentially reforest degraded areas, in addition to protecting existing forests, bring new opportunities for large deforested nations like China and India.
  • US Climate Policy: Can Senators Kerry, Lieberman and Graham fashion a sixty vote climate bill? How will coal-dependent states and the possibility of EPA action influence the process?
  • Action in the States: States are proposing to move ahead on low carbon fuel standards and increasingly applying provisions the Clean Air Act.
View or download resources from the briefing - including the powerpoint, audio, video, and transcript.

Today's environmental challenges are complex and global in nature. They call for visionary and ambitious action grounded in sound science and objective analysis -- the kind of action that has distinguished WRI's record of effectiveness for over 25 years.
We value each dollar invested in WRI and hold ourselves accountable for delivering results. Individuals, companies and foundations can support our global environmental work through a number of giving options.
Become a partner in our work -- make a tax-deductible donation online or mail your gift to:

World Resources Institute
10 G Street NE, Suite 800
Washington, DC  20002

We put ideas into action.

On January 7th, over 40 journalists gathered at the National Press club for WRI President Jonathan Lash's annual "Stories to Watch" presentation. The briefing previewed key environmental issues that will likely emerge throughout 2010.
This year the issues included:
  • An update on enforcement of the newly revised Lacey Act covering illegal logging.
  • New approaches to combat nutrient pollution in the Chesapeake Bay watershed, including possibilities for a nutrient trading system.
  • COP-15 Copenhagen: The way forward after the international climate negotiations and the global power shift taking place.
  • China's environmental targets and adoption of the country's 12th Five Year Plan this spring.
  • Forests: International plans to potentially reforest degraded areas, in addition to protecting existing forests, bring new opportunities for large deforested nations like China and India.
  • US Climate Policy: Can Senators Kerry, Lieberman and Graham fashion a sixty vote climate bill? How will coal-dependent states and the possibility of EPA action influence the process?
  • Action in the States: States are proposing to move ahead on low carbon fuel standards and increasingly applying provisions the Clean Air Act.
View or download resources from the briefing - including the powerpoint, audio, video, and transcript.

Today's environmental challenges are complex and global in nature. They call for visionary and ambitious action grounded in sound science and objective analysis -- the kind of action that has distinguished WRI's record of effectiveness for over 25 years.
We value each dollar invested in WRI and hold ourselves accountable for delivering results. Individuals, companies and foundations can support our global environmental work through a number of giving options.
Become a partner in our work -- make a tax-deductible donation online or mail your gift to:

World Resources Institute
10 G Street NE, Suite 800
Washington, DC  20002

We put ideas into action.

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