FEBRUARY 2005--Jennifer Turner quoted in Newsweek International article on SEPA's stand against dams
ECSP Director Geoff Dabelko's keynote address outlines next steps for scholarship and policy
Running Dry, Thirst, and Thirsty Planet screen in February and March
Peacetime military HIV/AIDS infection rates are much higher than the national average and perhaps greater in wartime. ECSP's Meaghan Parker discusses this issue, which will be the subject of the third seminar in a three-part series on HIV/AIDS sponsored by the Wilson Center and UNAIDS.
Series examines the pandemic's growth and efforts by developing-country
The Center's Environmental Change & Security Project and UNAIDS have hosted two seminars in a three-part series on the global AIDS agenda. This story looks at the epidemic that is spreading quickly to East Europe and East Asia and is growing disproportionately among women and girls, as well as the U.S. relief plan that injects billions of dollars toward prevention and treatment, the largest commitment ever by a single nation toward an international health initiative. A third seminar, to take place this spring, will address AIDS in the military.
Worldwatch's State of the World 2005 Includes Chapter on Environmental Peacemaking
Worldwatch's State of the World 2005 Includes Chapter on Water and Security
10th Anniversary Edition Examines the Next Steps for Environment, Population, and Security; Includes Special Reports on Ethiopia, United Nations
World Watch Magazine's "A New Security Paradigm" Praises ECSP Work