Worldwatch in the News

Selected news clips from around the world with mentions of the Worldwatch Institute.

Can You Stomach Investing in China?

Forbes Magazine takes a look at some of the pitfalls of investing in China, including China's environmental challenges.

Obama's 'Green Dream Team' to Make Energy, Environment a Priority

VOA News interviews Worldwatch Institute President Christopher Flavin on the new administration's "green team."

A population strategy for the planet

Improving the lives of women can help lower world population and limit future carbon emissions, writes Robert Engelman in an article in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists entitled,"A population strategy for the planet".

CNN's Principal Voices: David Hales

David Hales, President of the College of the Atlantic and former Worldwatch Sustainability Counsel, talks to CNN about his work with Worldwatch and as a lifelong environmentalist.
David Hales, President of the College of the Atlantic and former Worldwatch Sustainability Counsel, talks to CNN about his work with Worldwatch and as a lifelong environmentalist.

Worldwatch Institute's Robert Engelman Wins Award for Population Work

Worldwatch Institute's Vice President for Programs, Robert Engelman, has been awarded the Population Institute's annual Global Media Award for Best Individual Reporting Effort for his book More: Population, Nature, and What Women Want.

UN climate chief says media not getting it

The Christian Science Monitor's Bright Green Blog cites Ben Block's report, IPCC Chair: Severity Under-reported in a post about climate change in the media.

More Americans Bike To Work

Worldwatch Senior Researcher Gary Gardner talks to VOA News about the rise of bicycling in America, and what it means for the environment.

Turning Up the Heat on Climate Issue

David Fahrenthold of the Washington Post interviews Worldwatch’s Chris Flavin and others on the significance of the 20th anniversary of the Hansen hearing in Congress on climate change.

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