Top 10 Posts for September 2012October 1, 2012 By Schuyler Null
September brought a crop of fresh faces to the top 10 (based on unique pageviews). Valerie Hudson’s spring launch at the Wilson Center of her new book Sex and World Peace, which asks if the domestic treatment of women impacts the security of states, was very popular, and Carolyn Lamere’s snapshot of the current political and development situation along the Nile river basin also jumped the charts.
Other newcomers were Diane Davis and John Tirman’s presentation of their urban resilience research; new mapping of Africa’s groundwater resources; Elizabeth Leahy Madsen’s update on Yemen’s demography and how it affects its future prospects; and a look at the “ecological footprint” model of resource accounting from Global Footprint Network.
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- ‘Permaculture the African Way’ in Cameroon’s Only Eco-Village | Inter Press Service
- Vietnam’s rush to develop risks damaging its natural attractions | World news | The Guardian
- ‘I drank the water and ate the fish. We all did. The acid has damaged me permanently’ | Global development | The Guardian
- IRIN Asia | Myanmar scrambles to assess flood damage | Myanmar | Natural Disasters
- Climate change blamed for severe drought hitting Vietnam's coffee crops | Environment | The Guardian