Jennifer Craft Morgan

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Chapter 5. Should we include avoidance of deforestation in the international response to climate change? Chapter 11. Privately-owned forests and deforestation reduction: an overview of policy and legal issues. Acknowledgements This book represents the effort of a group of contributors that believes that finding the means to promote large-scale reduction of(More)
BACKGROUND Excess alcohol consumption has serious adverse effects on health and violence-related harm. In the UK around 37% of men and 29% of women drink to excess and 20% and 13% report binge drinking. The potential impact on population health from a reduction in consumption is considerable. One proposed method to reduce consumption is to reduce(More)
Policymakers seem to face a trade-off when designing national trade and investment policies related to clean energy sectors. They have pledged to address climate change and accelerate the large-scale deployment of renewable energy technologies, which would benefit from increased global integration, but they are also tempted to nurture and protect domestic(More)
INTRODUCTION CDC's Colorectal Cancer Control Program (CRCCP) funds 25 states and 4 tribal organizations to promote and increase colorectal cancer screening population-wide. The CRCCP grantees must use evidence-based strategies from the Guide to Community Preventive Services, including small media and client reminders. METHODS To assess the existing(More)
Job autonomy is a topic that should be of concern to both library managers and employees because job autonomy may predict job satisfaction and retention. This article describes job autonomy among public and academic librarians using data reported by respondents to the Workforce Issues in Library and Information Science (WILIS 1) Research Project 1 survey.(More)
BACKGROUND The rapid growth of eHealth could have the unintended effect of deepening health disparities between population subgroups. Most concerns to date have focused on population differences in access to technology, but differences may also exist in the appropriateness of online health content for diverse populations. OBJECTIVE This paper reports(More)
Disclaimer: Working Papers contain preliminary research, analysis, findings, and recommendations. They are circulated to stimulate timely discussion and critical feedback and to influence ongoing debate on emerging issues. Most working papers are eventually published in another form and their content may be revised. Since 2011, countries have been meeting(More)
Acknowledgments We wish to thank Adam Markham, Jennifer Morgan and Ezra Millstein of World Wildlife Fund for their encouragement and support for this work. This work builds upon previous analyses generously supported by WWF, W. Alton Jones Foundation and the Energy Foundation. We wish to thank John DeCicco and Neil Elliott of American Council for an(More)