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This page is an index of articles and other written resources, including reports, interviews, book and anthology excerpts, PowerPoint presentations, and presentation transcripts for authors and speakers with last names starting with “D.”

Adam Davis

"" From Walden to Wall Street: Frontiers of Conservation Finance. Book excerpt by Adam Davis. "Imagine a marketplace where each unit of improvement in environmental quality was worth real money and competition managed cost so that the greatest amount of improvement per dollar could be purchased. In fact, this kind of market activity is already under way." Book Excerpt >>

"" The Endangered Species Act at Thirty, Vol. 2: Conserving Biodiversity in Human-Dominated Landscapes. Book excerpt by Adam Davis. In this chapter on "Conservation Banking," market-based systems for protecting habit and species are discussed. The ability to purchase conservation credits allows developers to mitigate project impacts and landowners to benefit from protected species on their property. Book Excerpt >>

George Divoky

"" Breeding And Natal Dispersal, Nest Habitat Loss And Implications For Marbled Murrelet Populations. Anthology chapter by George Divoky and Michael Horton. The ability of Marbled Murrelets to disperse from natal sites, and their fidelity to breeding sites, has important implications for the potential of the species to respond to habitat loss and colonize or reestablish breeding areas when habitat has been altered. Anthology Chapter >> More about George Divoky >>

"" Distribution And Subspecies Of The Dovekie In Alaska. Article by George Divoky et al. The Dovekie is a primarily North Atlantic alcid that also breeds in the Arctic Basin of the north-eastern U.S.S.R. and probably eastward to the Bering Strait and the northern Bering Sea. Article >> More about George Divoky >>

"" Fall Migration Of Ross’ Gull (Rhodestethia Rosea) In Alaskan Chukchi And Beaufort Seas. Report by George Divoky et al. Report for the Alaska Fish and Wildlife Research Center about monitoring seabirds populations in areas of oil and gas development on the Alaskan Continental Shelf. Article >> More about George Divoky >>

"" Implications Of Climate Change For Alaska’s Seabirds. Article by George Divoky, et al. Seabirds are prominent and highly visible components of marine ecosystems. As prey availability changes in response to climatically driven factors such as surface sea temperature and extent of sea ice, so will populations of seabirds be affected. Article >> More about George Divoky >>

"" Seabirds Respond To Volcano’s Changing Habitat. Article by George Divoky et al. Nesting habitat for birds on volcanic Bogoslof Island, Alaska, has changed constantly since this island emerged from the sea starting in 1796. Bird populations have fluctuated with those changes. Rock cliffs formed, eroded into boulders, and then broke down into soil which supported vegetation. Article >> More about George Divoky >>

Bob Doppelt

"" Abrupt Climate Change And The Economy: A Survey With Application To Oregon. Report by Eban Goodstein and Bob Doppelt. This report outlines the possibilities for an abrupt climate change scenario, which would have potentially catastrophic impacts for Oregon’s economy, and evaluates insurance industry motives for reducing global warming emissions in the state. Report >> More about Eban Goodstein >> More about Bob Doppelt >>

"" Biofuels Vs. Food Crisis Underscores Need For New Climate Change Strategy. Article by Bob Doppelt. The European Union's recent attempt to salve the wounds of rising food prices and social unrest caused by its rush to promote biofuels once again unveils the dangers of using traditional thinking to resolve global warming. Article >> More about Bob Doppelt >>

"" The Economic Impacts Of Climate Change In Oregon. Presentation by Bob Doppelt. Doppelt discusses the findings of a group of thirty-fives scientists, economists and resource specialists who came together to examine the socio-economic consequences of climate change on Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. Presentation >> More about Bob Doppelt >>

"" Oregon And Global Warming. Article by Bob Doppelt. A group of economists led by former World Bank chief economist Sir Nicholas Stern released the most definitive analysis of the global economic impacts of climate change yet produced. The group's findings included bad and good news. Both have important implications for Oregon. Article >> More about Bob Doppelt >>

"" Overcoming The Seven Sustainability Blunders. Article by Bob Doppelt. Doppelt spent three years researching how public and private organizations have approached the issue of sustainability. He explains why so few have successfully adopted sustainability measures and why those that do often fall short of making the jump from rhetoric to action. Article >> More about Bob Doppelt >>

"" Packaging And Plastics: What’s A Consumer to Do? Article by Natalie Reitman-White and Bob Doppelt. Reviews the problems and sustainable solutions in plastic packaging. Includes discussions of our throw away society, plant-based bioplastics, compostability and recycling issues, genetically engineered plastics, corn plastic, and consumer choices. Article >> More about Bob Doppelt >>

"" Using A “Staged Approach" To Change To Design Global Warming Communications. Article by Bob Doppelt. The first key to successful climate protection and sustainability efforts is to know the mindset of your target audience and match your message accordingly. Article >> More about Bob Doppelt >>

Josh Dorfman

"" EcoGeek Of The Week. Interview with Josh Dorfman. He describes what it means to be a lazy environmentalist. Dorfman also talks about what it will take to become more sustainable and why he's involved in promoting green. Interview >> More about Josh Dorfman >>

"" Opportunity Green. Interview with Josh Dorfman. Dorfman answers questions about Vivavi, lazy environmentalism, government action on climate change, sustainable entrepreneurship, and hope for the future. Interview >> More about Josh Dorfman >>

"" Want To Be A Green Slacker? Interview with Josh Dorfman. Dorfman talks about his book, The Lazy Environmentalist (Buy Here >>), and the green movement at large. He gives some simple tips people can use to be green. Interview >> Buy Here >> More about Josh Dorfman >>

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