Staff Essays 2002-2004
December 11, 2004. Deputy Director Dr. Kilaparti Ramakrishna announces the Research Center's support for Cape Wind's offshore wind farm.
December 10, 2004. Providence Journal. George M. Woodwell: Cape Wind vs. Brayton Point. Research Center Director places Cape Wind project in perspective, both local and global.
August 11, 2004. Boston Globe. Research Center directors Ramakrishna and Woodwell assert that World Bank undermines efforts on global warming.
February, 2004. The US needs to assume a leadership role in Haiti, recognizing that "Effective Government requires a Functional Landscape."
Climatic Disruption in 2002: A Scientific Puzzle and Political Dilemma by George M. Woodwell. The Granville H. Sewell Lecture in the Environmental Health Sciences, Joseph L. Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University. PDF format(407 KB). November 7, 2002.
In "More Disconnected Dots..." Director Woodwell admonishes Democrats to assert leadership in issues of global import. August, 2002.
WHRC Director Woodwell cautions that Earth is Too Small for War. April 30, 2002.
WHRC Directors castigate the Bush administration for a A Vulgar Act of Bravado. February 15th, 2002.