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By Karen Filipovich, Former Associate Research Director and Former Research Fellow, Environment and Natural Resources Program, 1999-2002 and Noune Sekhpossian, Former Research Fellow, Environment and Natural Resources Program
Terrestrial carbon sequestration is advocated as an inexpensive mitigation option to the problem of global climate change. The country with the largest forest resource in the world is Russia, perceived to have the potential to store vast amounts of carbon. In a world constrained by the threat of climate change, this capacity could be enormously valuable.
Journal Article, Journal of Regulatory Economics, issue 1, volume 21
Managing Military Uranium and Plutonium in the United States and the Former Soviet Union: Leadership and Synergies
Journal Article, Annual Review of Energy and the Environment, volume 22
"Japanese-Russian Territorial Dilemma: Historical Background, Disputes, Issues, Questions, Solution Scenarios or A Thousand Scenarios for the Thousand Islands Dispute"
Journal Article, Social Studies of Science, volume 23
By David Hart, Former Associate Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School
By Peter Stein, Former Research Fellow, International Security Program, 1985-1986 and Peter D. Feaver, Former Research Fellow, International Security Program, 1985-1987; Editorial Board Member, Quarterly Journal: International Security
Journal Article, International Journal of Technology and Globalisation, Special Issue on Genetically Modified Crops in Developing Countries -- Institutional and Policy Challenges, issue 1/2, volume 2
May 23 - 24, 2007
By Jane Fountain, Former Associate Professor of Public Policy and Director of the National Center for Digital Government