From steppes to seas, from deserts to glaciers
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Eric Freedman, a Pulitzer Prize-winner, is Knight Chair and Director of the Knight Center for Environmental Journalism at Michigan State University, USA. Mark Neuzil is a professor of communication and journalism at University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minn., USA, where he teaches environmental communication, multimedia reporting, communication history, and communication ethics.
1. Introduction: Examining the Terrain Part I: Climate Change 2. Less Water from the Mountains? Consequences of Glacier Changes in Central Asia Part II: Water 3. Increasing Human Security to Avert Water Wars in the Ferghana Valley Part III: Energy 4. Energy Exploration and the Caspian Region: Sturgeon, Seals, and Sulfur 5. The 'Great Future of the Country'? Dams and Hydroelectricity Discourses in Kyrgyzstan Part IV: Public Policy and Mass Media 6. Separating Environmental Myths from Realities in Central Asia 7. Tajikistan: An Environmental Scan 8. Newspaper Coverage of Water and Other Ecological Issues in Kazakhstan during Perestroika and Today 9. Western News Coverage of Environmental Issues in Post-Soviet Central Asia Part V: Environmental Health 10. Radiation Health Risk Studies Associated with Nuclear Testing In Kazakhstan Part VI: Ecology 11. Kazakhstan's Northern Aral Sea Today: Partial Ecosystem Restoration and Economic Recovery 12. Conservation and Multipurpose Management of the Unique Walnut-fruit Forests of Southern Kyrgyzstan 13. Ecologically-based Integrated Pest Management Programs for Food Security Crops in Central Asia 14. A Treasure in the Desert? Carbon Stock Estimates for Haloxylon aphyllum in the Northeastern Karakum Desert 15. Conclusion: Through the Crystal Ball