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    Ocean Acidification Footnotes

    1. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. “NOAA, partners: Earth’s oceans and ecosystems still abosorbing about half the greenhouse gases emitted by people.” Aug. 1, 2012. http://www.noaanews.noaa.gov
    2. Fisheries and Oceans Canada. “Ocean Acidification.” Feb. 15, 2013. http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca
    3. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. PMEL Carbon Program. “What is Ocean Acidification? The Chemistry.” http://www.pmel.noaa.gov
    4. “Acidification on Marine Fauna and Ecosystem Processes”, Victoria J. Fabry, Brad A. Seibel, Richard A. Feely and James C. Orr. Ocean http://reefresilience.org
    5. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. PMEL Carbon Program. “What is Ocean Acidification? The Chemistry.” http://www.pmel.noaa.gov
    6. United States Environmental Protection Agency. “Estuarine Science. Planktonic Community.” http://omp.gso.uri.edu
    7. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. NOAA Fisheries “NOAA Fisheries Scientist Conducts Longest-Known Plankton Transect.” http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov
    8. Alaska Fisheries Science Center. National Marine Fisheries Service. National Marine Mammal Laboratory. Marine Mammal Education Web. “Blue Whales.” http://www.afsc.noaa.gov
    9. Hellum, “Why Zooplankton are important (marine food webs)” Dec 5 2012
    10. Discovery News. http://news.discovery.com
    11. European Project on Ocean Acidification. “Ocean acidification and its impact on polar ecosystems.” http://www.epoca-project.eu/
    12. British Antarctic Survey. Press Release – “First evidence of ocean acidification affecting live marine creatures in the Southern Ocean”, Paper published in Nature Geoscience. Nov. 25, 2012.
    13. “Acidification on Marine Fauna and Ecosystem Processes”, Victoria J. Fabry, Brad A. Seibel, Richard A. Feely and James C. Orr. Ocean http://reefresilience.org
    14. Stony Brook University’s School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences. Science News.
    15. Revolution. Rob Stewart Productions. 2012.
    16. Marine Stewardship Council. “The Seafood Economy.” http://www.msc.org
    17. Marine Stewardship Council. “The Seafood Economy.” http://www.msc.org
    18. Discovery News, “Lack of Species Leaves Ecosystems Flat”, Jan, 2011 http://news.discovery.com/earth/global-warming/lack-of-spare-species-leaves-ecosystems-flat.htm
    19. Coral Reefs (2008) 27:459-472. “Mass extinctions and ocean acidification: biological constraints on geological dilemmas.” J.E.N. Veron. http://link.springer.com
    20. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. National Ocean Service. “Five Things You Should Know About Coral Reefs.” http://oceanservice.noaa.gov
    21. Revolution. Rob Stewart Productions. 2012.
    22. Revolution. Rob Stewart Productions. 2012.
    23. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Satellite Information Service. “An Introduction to Ocean Acidification.” June 29, 2009. http://coralreefwatch.noaa.gov
    24. Natural Resources Defense Council. “Acid Test: The Global Challenge of Ocean Acidification.” 21 minutes. 2009. http://www.nrdc.org
    25. Revolution and Global Reef Project. http://www.globalreefproject.com
    26. Coral Reef Alliance. “Threats to Coral Reefs. Ocean Acidification.” 2012. http://www.coral.org
    27. Australian Government. Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority. “Facts About the Great Barrier Reef.” http://www.gbrmpa.gov.au
    28. Australian Government. “Great Barrier Reef.” Dec. 30, 2007. http://australia.gov.au
    29. Australian Government. “Great Barrier Reef.” Dec. 30, 2007. http://australia.gov.au
    30. Dr. Katharina Fabricius, principal research scientist, Australian Institute of Marine Science. Quote from Revolution. (Rob Stewart Productions, 2012).
    31. Coral Reefs (2008) 27:459-472. “Mass extinctions and ocean acidification: biological constraints on geological dilemmas.” J.E.N. Veron. http://link.springer.com
    32. Dr. Katharina Fabricius, principal research scientist, Australian Institute of Marine Science. Quote from Revolution. (Rob Stewart Productions, 2012).
    33. Union of Concerned Scientists. http://www.ucsusa.org & Katharina Fabricius, principal research scientist, Australian Institute of Marine Science.
    34. Coral Reefs (2008) 27:459-472. “Mass extinctions and ocean acidification: biological constraints on geological dilemmas.” J.E.N. Veron. http://link.springer.com
    35. Science Daily. “Oceans Acidifying Faster Today Than in Past 300 Million Years.” March 7, 2012. http://www.sciencedaily.com
    36. New Scientist. “Oceans acidifying at unprecedented speed.” Michael Marshall. March 2012. http://www.newscientist.com
    37. Science Daily. “Oceans Acidifying Faster Today Than in Past 300 Million Years.” March 7, 2012. http://www.sciencedaily.com
    38. May 29 2011 Nature Climate Change. Katharina Fabricius et al. “Losers and winners in coral reefs acclimatized to elevated carbon dioxide concentrations.”
    39. Australian Government. Australian Institute of Marine Science. “Latest Releases. “CO2 seeps in PNG give insights to the future of coral reefs in a world of increasing greenhouse gas emissions.” May 30, 2011
    40. PBS. NewsHour. “Trouble in the water: Acidifying Oceans Hinder Health of Northwest Shellfish.” Dec. 7, 2012. http://www.pbs.org
    41. Mother Nature Network. “So long shellfish: Oysters falling victim to ocean acidification.” Stephanie Rogers. April 29, 2010. http://www.mnn.com
    42. Scientific American. “Washington State Declares War on Ocean Acidification.” Nov. 27, 2012. http://www.scientificamerican.com

    Overfishing Footnotes

    1. About.com “Fish Evolution – The Story of Prehistoric Fish.” B. Strauss.
    2. New Scientist. “Most fish in the sea evolved on land.” C. Barras. Feb. 8, 2012. http://www.newscientist.com
    3. Census of Marine Life. “First Census of Marine Life 2010: Highlights of a Decade of Discovery.” http://www.coml.org
    4. Census of Marine Life. “First Census of Marine Life 2010: Highlights of a Decade of Discovery.” http://www.coml.org
    5. Census of Marine Life. “First Census of Marine Life 2010: Highlights of a Decade of Discovery.” http://www.coml.org
    6. J. Bioecon. “A global estimate of benefits from ecosystem-based marine recreation: potential impacts and implications for management.” Andrés M. Cisneros-Montemayor et al.
    7. Encyclopaedia of Life. “Whale Shark.” http://www.eol.org
    8. Census of Marine Life. “First Census of Marine Life 2010: Highlights of a Decade of Discovery.” http://www.coml.org
    9. Center for Biological Diversity. “Rare Alabama Fish Proposed for Endangered Species Act Protection.” Oct. 1, 2012.
    10. Greenpeace UK. “Bottom Trawling.” http://www.greenpeace.org/uk
    11. RIO+20. United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development. Fact Sheet. “The Future We Want. Oceans.” 2012. http://www.un.org
    12. RIO+20. United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development. Fact Sheet. “The Future We Want. Oceans.” 2012. http://www.un.org
    13. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. “The Future of Fish.” B. Worm and T. Branch. August 2012. http://wormlab.biology.dal.ca
    14. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. “State of the World’s Fisheries and Aquaculture 2012.” http://www.fao.org
    15. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. “State of the World’s Fisheries and Aquaculture 2012.” http://www.fao.org
    16. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. “State of the World’s Fisheries and Aquaculture 2012.” http://www.fao.org
    17. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. “The Future of Fish.” B. Worm and T. Branch. August 2012. http://wormlab.biology.dal.ca
    18. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. “State of the World’s Fisheries and Aquaculture 2012.” http://www.fao.org
    19. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. “State of the World’s Fisheries and Aquaculture 2012.” http://www.fao.org
    20. RIO+20. United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development. Fact Sheet. “The Future. We Want Oceans.” 2012.
    21. World Wildlife Fund. “Overfishing Threats.” http://www.worldwildlifefund.org
    22. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. “State of the World’s Fisheries and Aquaculture 2012.” http://www.fao.org
    23. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. “State of the World’s Fisheries and Aquaculture 2012.” http://www.fao.org
    24. Retail Forum for Sustainability. European Union. “Sustainable Seafood.” Issue Paper No. 9, June 2012
    25. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. “State of the World’s Fisheries and Aquaculture 2012.” http://www.fao.org
    26. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. “A Study of the Options for Utilization of Bycatch and Discards from Marine Capture Fisheries. Discards and bycatch in Shrimp Trawl Fisheries.” I. Clucas et al. October 1997. http://www.fao.org
    27. Greenpeace USA. “Destructive Fishing Practices.” http://www.greenpeace.org
    28. Greenpeace UK. “Bottom Trawling.” http://www.greenpeace.org/uk
    29. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. “State of the World’s Fisheries and Aquaculture 2012.” http://www.fao.org
    30. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. “State of the World’s Fisheries and Aquaculture 2012.” http://www.fao.org
    31. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. “State of the World’s Fisheries and Aquaculture 2012.” http://www.fao.org
    32. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. “State of the World’s Fisheries and Aquaculture 2012.” http://www.fao.org
    33. Government of Canada. “World Fisheries the Current Crisis.” 1997. http://www.parl.gc.ca
    34. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. “State of the World’s Fisheries and Aquaculture 2012.” http://www.fao.org
    35. Retail Forum for Sustainability. European Union. “Sustainable Seafood.” Issue Paper No. 9, June 2012. http://ec.europa.eu
    36. Greenpeace USA. “Destructive Fishing Practices.” http://www.greenpeace.org/usa
    37. Oceana. “Impacts of Bottom Trawling on Fisheries, Tourism and the Marine Environment.” M. Stiles et al. May 2010. http://www.oceana.org
    38. “Bycatch: The Effects of Pelagic Longlining on Pacific Sea Turtle Populations.” F. Kinslow.
    39. “Bycatch: The Effects of Pelagic Longlining on Pacific Sea Turtle Populations.” F. Kinslow.
    40. Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. “Longlining.” http://www.seashepherd.org
    41. Global News. “Overfishing is taking a toll on shark populations.” March 9, 2013. http://www.globalnews.ca
    42. Science Daily. “Bottom Trawling Impacts on Ocean, Clearly Visible from Space.” Feb. 20, 2008. http://www.sciencedaily.com
    43. Greenpeace UK. “Bottom Trawling.” http://www.greenpeace.org/uk
    44. RIO+20. United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development. Fact Sheet. “The Future. We Want Oceans.” 2012.
    45. Council on Foreign Relations. “The Global Oceans Regime.” February 13, 2013. http://www.cfr.org
    46. Council on Foreign Relations. “The Global Oceans Regime.” February 13, 2013. http://www.cfr.org
    47. United Nations Environment Programme. “Challenges to International Waters; Regional Assessments in a Global Perspective. Overfishing and other threats to aquatic living resources.” February 2006. http://www.unep.org
    48. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. “Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries.” http://www.fao.org
    49. Animal Planet. Discovery. “10 Most Endangered Fish Species.” http://animal.discovery.com
    50. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. “State of the World’s Fisheries and Aquaculture 2012.” http://www.fao.org
    51. Retail Forum for Sustainability. European Union. “Sustainable Seafood.” Issue Paper No. 9, June 2012
    52. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. “State of the World’s Fisheries and Aquaculture 2012.” http://www.fao.org
    53. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. “State of the World’s Fisheries and Aquaculture 2012.” http://www.fao.org
    54. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. “State of the World’s Fisheries and Aquaculture 2012.” http://www.fao.org
    55. Fisheries and Oceans Canada. “Overfishing and Food Security.” June 8, 2012. http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca
    56. Fisheries and Oceans Canada. “Overfishing and Food Security.” June 8, 2012. http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca
    57. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. “Ethical Issues in Fisheries. Main ethical issues in fisheries.” 2005. http://www.fao.org
    58. PEW Environment Group. “Marine Fisheries and the World Economy.” A. Dyck et al. September 2010. http://www.pewtrusts.org
    59. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. “State of the World’s Fisheries and Aquaculture 2012.” http://www.fao.org
    60. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. “State of the World’s Fisheries and Aquaculture 2012.” http://www.fao.org
    61. World Ocean Review. “The causes of overfishing.” http://worldoceanreview.com
    62. Census of Marine Life. “First Census of Marine Life 2010: Highlights of a Decade of Discovery.” http://www.coml.org
    63. World Bank. “State of the World’s Fish Stocks.” September 2006. http://siteresources.worldbank.org
    64. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. “The Future of Fish.” B. Worm and T. Branch. August 2012. http://wormlab.biology.dal.ca
    65. Save our Seas. “Threat 1 – Overfishing.” http://saveourseas.com
    66. World Wildlife Fund Hong Kong. “Facts About the Trawling Ban in Hong Kong Waters.” http://www.wwwf.org.hk
    67. Save our Seas. “Threat 1 – Overfishing.” http://saveourseas.com
    68. “Overfishing and other threats to aquatic living resources.” http://marinebio.org
    69. “Marine protected areas for sustainable fisheries: Layang Layang reef as a source of larvae in the South China Sea.” S. Oakley and N. Pilcher. http://www.reefbase.org
    70. “Marine protected areas for sustainable fisheries: Layang Layang reef as a source of larvae in the South China Sea.” S. Oakley and N. Pilcher. http://www.reefbase.org
    71. “Marine protected areas for sustainable fisheries: Layang Layang reef as a source of larvae in the South China Sea.” S. Oakley and N. Pilcher. http://www.reefbase.org
    72. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. “A global assessment of fisheries bycatch and discards.” 1994. http://www.fao.org
    73. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. “A global assessment of fisheries bycatch and discards.” 1994. http://www.fao.org
    74. Endangered Species Research. “Global seabird bycatch in longline fisheries.” Anderson, O. et al. June 8, 2011.
    75. Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. “Longlining.” http://www.seashepherd.org
    76. “Bycatch: The Effects of Pelagic Longlining on Pacific Sea Turtle Populations.” F. Kinslow.
    77. The PEW Charitable Trusts. “Campaign to End Overfishing in the Southeast.” 2012.
    78. Census of Marine Life. “Effects of Shark Decline.” 2009. http://www.coml.org
    79. Census of Marine Life. “Effects of Shark Decline.” 2009. http://www.coml.org
    80. Live Science. “International Shark Trade to be Regulated” Megan Gannon, March 11, 2013. http://www.livescience.com
    81. PEW Charitable Trust. “Global Tuna Conservation.” Jan. 2013.
    82. Time. Science & Space. “The Pacific Bluefin Tuna is Going, Going…” Bryan Walsh. Jan. 11, 2013.
    83. Time. Science & Space. “The Pacific Bluefin Tuna is Going, Going…” Bryan Walsh. Jan. 11, 2013.
    84. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. “State of the World’s Fisheries and Aquaculture 2012.” http://www.fao.org
    85. SciDev.net. “Pacific fisheries meet fails to end tuna overfishing.” Prime Sarmiento. Dec. 11, 2012
    86. SciDev.net. “Pacific fisheries meet fails to end tuna overfishing.” Prime Sarmiento. Dec. 11, 2012

    Climate Change Footnotes

    1. NASA. “The Milky Way Galaxy.” www.nasa.gov
    2. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Fourth Assessment Report: Climate Change 2007. Synthesis Report. www.ipcc.ch
    3. Polar Bears International. “IUCN study predicts dramatic decline in polar bear populations.” Oct. 20, 2011. www.polarbearsinternational.org
    4. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Fourth Assessment Report: Climate Change 2007. Synthesis Report. www.ipcc.ch
    5. International Energy Agency. “CO2 Emissions From Fuel Combustion”. Highlights 2012 Edition.” www.iea.org
    6. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Fourth Assessment Report. Synthesis Report. www.ipcc.ch
    7. World Meteorological Organization. “Greenhouse Gas Bulletin. The State of Greenhouse Gases in the Atmosphere Based on Global Observations through 2011.” Nov. 19, 2012. www.wmo.int
    8. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Data Distribution Centre. “Carbon Dioxide: Projected emissions and concentrations.” November 2011. www.ipcc-data.org
    9. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Fourth Assessment Report: Climate Change 2007. Synthesis Report. Chapter 1.1. “Observed changes in climate and their effects.” www.ipcc.ch
    10. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Fourth Assessment Report: Climate Change 2007. Synthesis Report. Chapter 1.1. “Observed changes in climate and their effects.” www.ipcc.ch
    11. Nature. “Global warming preceded by increasing carbon dioxide concentrations during the last deglaciation.” J. Shakun et al. April 5, 2012. www.nature.com
    12. United States Environmental Protection Agency. “Climate Change. Causes of Climate Change.” www.epa.gov
    13. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Fourth Assessment Report: Climate Change 2007. Synthesis Report. www.ipcc.ch
    14. Government of Canada. “Canada’s Action on Climate Change. 10 Things You Should Know About Climate Change.” Aug. 23, 2012. www.climatechange.gc.ca
    15. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Fourth Assessment Report: Climate Change 2007. Synthesis Report. Chapter 1.1. “Observed changes in climate and their effects.” www.ipcc.ch
    16. United States Environmental Protection Agency. “Climate Change. Causes of Climate hange.” www.epa.gov
    17. American Geophysical Union. New monitoring system identifies carbon dioxide from fossil fuel burning. www.agu.org
    18. World Coal Institute. “Key Elements of a post-2012 agreement on Climate Change.” 2009. www.worldcoal.org
    19. International Energy Agency. “North America leads shift in global energy balance, IEA says in latest World Energy Outlook.” November 12, 2012.
    20. International Energy Agency. “North America leads shift in global energy balance, IEA says in latest World Energy Outlook.” November 12, 2012.
    21. International Energy Agency. “North America leads shift in global energy balance, IEA says in latest World Energy Outlook.” November 12, 2012.
    22. International Energy Agency. CO2 Emissions From Fuel Combustion.” Highlights 2012.
    23. International Energy Agency. CO2 Emissions From Fuel Combustion.” Highlights 2012.
    24. Biogeosciences. 2012. A synthesis of carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuel combustion. R. Andres et al. www.biogeosciences.net and International Energy Agency. “CO2 Emissions From Fuel Combustion. Highlights 2012 Edition.” www.iea.org
    25. Biogeosciences. 2012. A synthesis of carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuel combustion. R. Andres et al. www.biogeosciences.net and International Energy Agency. “CO2 Emissions From Fuel Combustion. Highlights 2012 Edition.” www.iea.org
    26. International Energy Agency. CO2 Emissions From Fuel Combustion.” Highlights 2012.
    27. United States Energy Information Administration. “Frequently Asked Questions. How much carbon dioxide is produced when different fuels are burned?” www.eia.gov
    28. World Resources Institute. “Global Coal Risk Assessment.” November 2012. http://insights.wri.org
    29. Source Watch. “Existing US Coal Plants.” February 2013. www.sourcewatch.org
    30. International Energy Agency. “CO2 Emissions From Fuel Combustion.” Highlights 2012 Edition.” www.iea.org
    31. United States Energy Information Administration. “Frequently Asked Questions. How much carbon dioxide is produced when different fuels are burned?” www.eia.gov
    32. World Resources Institute. “Global Coal Risk Assessment.” November 2012. http://insights.wri.org
    33. International Energy Agency. “CO2 Emissions From Fuel Combustion.” Highlights 2012 Edition.” www.iea.org
    34. World Resources Institute. “Global Coal Risk Assessment.” November 2012. http://insights.wri.org
    35. Revolution & chinaFAQs.org
    36. Source Watch. “Existing US Coal Plants.” February 2013. www.sourcewatch.org
    37. World Coal Institute. “Key Elements of a post-2012 agreement on Climate Change.” 2009. www.worldcoal.org
    38. Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory. “Carbon Dioxide and Our Ocean Legacy.” R. Feely et al. April 2006. www.pmel.noaa.gov
    39. International Energy Agency. “CO2 Emissions From Fuel Combustion.” Highlights 2012 Edition.” www.iea.org
    40. International Energy Agency. “CO2 Emissions From Fuel Combustion.” Highlights 2012 Edition.” www.iea.org
    41. Huffington Post.
    42. Worldometers.info “Cars produced this year.” February 2013. www.worldometers.info
    43. United States Environmental Protection Agency. “Climate Change. Causes of Climate Change.” www.epa.gov
    44. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Fourth Assessment Report: Climate Change 2007. Synthesis Report. www.ipcc.ch
    45. Coral Reefs (2008) 27:459-472. “Mass extinctions and ocean acidification: biological constraints on geological dilemmas.” J.E.N. Veron. http://link.springer.com
    46. Vernon.
    47. National Research Council. “Climate Stabilization Targets.” www.scribd.com
    48. Dr. Boris Worm, marine research ecologist, Dalhousie University. Quote from Revolution. (Rob Stewart Productions, 2012).
    49. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Fourth Assessment Report: Climate Change 2007. Chapter 6. “Coastal systems and low-lying areas.” www.ipcc.ch
    50. Oxfam Australia. “Impacts of climate change.” www.oxfam.org
    51. United States Environmental Protection Agency. “Coastal Areas Impacts & Adaptation.” June 14, 2012. www.epa.gov
    52. World Bank. “Bangladesh and Maldives Respond to Climate Change Impacts.” Dec. 7, 2012. www.worldbank.org
    53. National Snow & Ice Data Center. “Greenland Ice Sheet Today. An Intense Greenland Melt Season: 2012 in Review.” Feb. 5, 2013. http://nsidc.org
    54. National Snow & Ice Data Center. “Greenland Ice Sheet Today. An Intense Greenland Melt Season: 2012 in Review.” Feb. 5, 2013. http://nsidc.org
    55. Science. “Experts Agree Global Warming is melting the World Rapidly.” Richard A. Kerr. Nov. 30, 2012. www.sciencemag.org
    56. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Fourth Assessment Report: Climate Change 2007. Synthesis Report. www.ipcc.ch
    57. National Research Council. “Climate Stabilization Targets.” www.scribd.com
    58. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Fourth Assessment Report: Climate Change 2007. Chapter 4. “Ecosystem, their properties, goods, and services.” www.ipcc.ch
    59. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Fourth Assessment Report: Climate Change 2007. Chapter 4. “Ecosystem, their properties, goods, and services.” www.ipcc.ch
    60. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Biological Science. 275(1635): 649-659. “Keeping up with a warming world; assessing the rate of adaptation to climate change.” Marcel E Visser. March 22, 2008. www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
    61. Oxfam Australia. “Impacts of climate change.” www.oxfam.org
    62. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Fourth Assessment Report: Climate Change 2007. Chapter 6. “Coastal systems and low-lying areas.” www.ipcc.ch
    63. Oxfam Australia. “Impacts of climate change.” www.oxfam.org
    64. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Fourth Assessment Report: Climate Change 2007. Synthesis Report. www.ipcc.ch
    65. Earth Policy Institute. “Setting the Record Straight: More than 52,000 Europeans Died from Heat in Summer 2003.” Janet Larsen. July 28, 2006. www.earth-policy.org
    66. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Fourth Assessment Report: Climate Change 2007. Chapter 8. “Human Health.” www.ipcc.ch
    67. The Asia Foundation. “Flooding in Asia’s Megacities.” Kourtnii Brown. Jan. 4, 2012. www.asiafoundation.org
    68. National Geographic Daily News. “Scientists Race to Save World’s Rice Bowl from Climate Change.” Ker Than. May 2, 2012. http://news.nationalgeographic.com
    69. The Asia Foundation. “Flooding in Asia’s Megacities.” Kourtnii Brown. Jan. 4, 2012. www.asiafoundation.org
    70. The PEW Charitable Trusts. Oceans North. “Climate Change.” www.oceansnorth.org
    71. Government of Yukon. Environment Yukon. “Impacts of Climate Change.” Feb. 26, 2013. www.env.gov.yk.ca
    72. Polar Bears International. “IUCN study predicts dramatic decline in polar bear populations.” Oct. 20, 2011. www.polarbearsinternational.org
    73. World Wildlife Fund US. “Fact Sheet. Effects of climate change on arctic migratory birds.” www.worldwildlife.org
    74. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Fourth Assessment Report: Climate Change 2007. Chapter 15. “Polar Regions.” www.ipcc.ch

    Deforestation References Footnotes

    1. Greenpeace International. “Our disappearing forests.” April 2007. www.greenpeace.org
    2. Greenpeace International. “Our disappearing forests.” April 2007. www.greenpeace.org
    3. Daintree Rainforest Tours, http://www.daintreerainforest.net.au
    4. Gabrielle Kissinger, Martin Herold and Veronique De Sy. “Drivers of Deforestation and Degradation. A Synthesis Report for REDD+ Policymakers. Aug. 2012. https://www.gov.uk/government
    5. Debjani, “What are the Major Causes of Deforestation?” http://www.preservearticles.com/
    6. Natural Resources Canada. “Canada’s Forest Industry: An overview.” Sept. 27, 2012. http://cfs.nrcan.gc.ca
    7. Natural Resources Canada. “Deforestation in Canada: The Facts?” Jan. 15, 2013. http://cfs.nrcan.gc.ca
    8. Science 2.0 “Study Tracks Worldwide Forest Loss, Boreal See Greatest Decline.” May 7, 2010. www.science20.com
    9. New York Times. January 9, 2013. Record Heat Fuels Widespread Fires in Australia. www.nytimes.com
    10. Jeremy Hance. “Report: nearly half the timber from Mozambique to China is illegal.” Feb. 7, 2013. mongabay.com
    11. World Wildlife Fund. “Responsible Forestry.” www.worldwildlife.org
    12. Gabrielle Kissinger, Martin Herold and Veronique De Sy. “Drivers of Deforestation and Degradation. A Synthesis Report for REDD+ Policymakers. Aug. 2012. https://www.gov.uk/government
    13. Gabrielle Kissinger, Martin Herold and Veronique De Sy. “Drivers of Deforestation and Degradation. A Synthesis Report for REDD+ Policymakers. Aug. 2012. https://www.gov.uk/government
    14. United Nations Environment Programme. “Vital Forest Graphics. 2009.” www.unep.org
    15. Green Palm Sustainability, Palm Oil Products
    16. UNEP Global Environmental Alert Service. “Oil palm plantations: threats and opportunities for tropical ecosystems. Dec. 2011.” www.unep.org
    17. Greenpeace UK. “Palm Oil.” www.greenpeace.org.uk
    18. NASA. Earth Observatory. “Tropical Deforestation. Causes of Deforestation.” http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov
    19. World Wildlife Fund Global. “Soy facts & data.” www.panda.org
    20. United Nations Environment Programme. Vital Forest Graphics. 2009. unep.org/vitalforest
    21. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. “Sustainable development and challenging deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon: the good , the bad and the ugly. 2007. www.fao.org
    22. World Wildlife Fund Global. “Soy boom: doom or boom for South America’s forests and savanna.” Sept. 2004. wwf.panda.org
    23. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. “World Agriculture: Towards 2015/2030. An FAO perspective.” 2003. www.fao.org
    24. Gabrielle Kissinger, Martin Herold and Veronique De Sy. “Drivers of Deforestation and Degradation. A Synthesis Report for REDD+ Policymakers. Aug. 2012. https://www.gov.uk/government
    25. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. “Sustainable development and challenging deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon: the good, the bad and the ugly. 2007. www.fao.org
    26. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. “Global Forest Resources Assessment 2010.” Main Report. FAO Forestry Paper 163. 2010 http://www.fao.org
    27. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. “Global Forest Resources Assessment 2010.” Main Report. FAO Forestry Paper 163. 2010 http://www.fao.org
    28. World Wildlife Fund Global. “How many species are we losing?” wwf.panda.org
    29. Revolution. Rob Stewart Productions. 2012.
    30. Revolution. Rob Stewart Productions. 2012.
    31. University of Alberta. “Running Out of Steam? Oil Sands Development and Water Use in the Athabasca-River Watershed: Science and Market based Solutions. May 2007. www.ualberta.ca
    32. Dirty Oil Sands. “Tar Sands.” www.dirtyoilsands.org
    33. Revolution. Rob Stewart Productions. 2012.
    34. Alberta Energy. “Oil Sands Facts and Statistics.” www.energy.alberta.ca
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