HUMAN ENVIRONMENT THE INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ANALYSIS NEWSLETTER presents and analyzes major trends in international environmental politics each quarter. A highly-qualified international team of scientists and writers analyze world news and the moving research frontiers worldwide to select and present relevant information. HUMAN ENVIRONMENT specializes in alert, exclusive overviews of environmental policy initiatives and research findings.
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Global climate change politics, energy policies that are based on concerns for human health and environment, environmental health policy issues, the risks of chemicals in the environment, biodiversity and biotechnology policies, environmental action and the protection of human rights. Each issue of HUMAN ENVIRONMENT has a major theme.
For instance, a recent issue (Spring, 2000) spotlighted the new threats to reproductive health. The issue is rounded out by shorter pieces covering developments in biotechnology, social responsibility, climate change, energy, water quality, and health.
Much of the content in HUMAN ENVIRONMENT has to do with controversy, with choices that governments and other major players in international politics make or are expected to make to protect what world leaders at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development in 1992 called Earth, Our Home.
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