Fresh Urgency and Optimism

June 2014
Earthwise;Summer2014, p1
Academic Journal
In this article, the author who is the president of the non profit organization Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS), discusses the role of UCS in reduction of pollution and improvement of energy efficiency and also offers brief information on his previous job.


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