Staff Essays 1997-2001
Released December of 2001 - Forests in a Full World (preface), by George M. Woodwell. ed.
No Time for Complacency - Non-attendance at COP7 in Marrakech means that important work will suffer. November 2001.
Kilaparti Ramakrishna calls for a new paradigm in "Negotiating Sustainability."
Dr. George M. Woodwell's acceptance speech delivered at the awarding of the 12th Volvo Environment Prize, the Opera House, Göteborg, Sweden, October 30, 2001.
Eradicating Terrorism - Why a policy of extermination is doomed to failure, by George M. Woodwell. October 19, 2001.
Fiddling While the World Burns - An ecologist speaks on the rising costs of ignoring global warming. Spring, 2001.
"Taking Climate Change Seriously Means Taking The Kyoto Protocol Seriously." April 4th, 2001.
2000 and Earlier
WHRC Deputy Director Kilaparti Ramakrishna and Director George M. Woodwell appeal for simplicity in Combatting Climatic Disruption. November 17, 2000.
Kilaparti Ramakrishna and George M. Woodwell call for "Clarity on Global Warming" in the Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 14, 2000.
Senior Scientist Eric A. Davidson publishes You Can't Eat GNP, Economics as Though Ecology Matters. "A wonderfully perceptive, clear, and balanced account of what we know about the interaction of the economy, the environment, and the human condition - and about how that knowledge can be applied to build a better future."
Four months after the Third Conference of the Parties in Kyoto held in December of 1997, Dr. Kilaparti Ramakrishna of the Woods Hole Research Center addresses The Challenge of Global Climate Change.
Dr. John P. Holdren, Visiting Distinguished Scientist at The Woods Hole Research Center states that we are Underrating Climate Disruption in addressing the White House Conference on Climate Change, October 1997.
Woodwell, G. M. Scientists' Statement on Global Climatic Disruption. Washington, D.C.: Ozone Action. June 1997.