Wildlife responses to climate change , North American case studies

@inproceedings{Schneider2004WildlifeRT,
  title={Wildlife responses to climate change , North American case studies},
  author={Stephen H. Schneider},
  year={2004}
}
the subject of a book. Several chapters describe environmental justice campaigns that have contributed directly to a broader sustainability agenda. For example, Faber and McCarthy discuss the campaign to eliminate the pesticide methyl bromide as a port fumigant in San Diego, California. Methyl bromide is a reproductive toxicant and an ozone depleting chemical, so it is significant both for local environmental health and for the global environment. This successful campaign has served as a model… CONTINUE READING

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