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Forest Protection Speaker Publications Spring 2020

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Selected recent publications of Dr. William R. Moomaw

Intact Forests in the United States: Proforestation Mitigates Climate Change and Serves the Greatest Good by Professor Moomaw. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change, 6/11/19.

World Scientists’ Warning of a Climate Emergency.”This news article from Science Daily points to the scholarly article authored by Professor Moomaw with William J. Ripple, Christopher Wolf, Thomas M. Newsome, and Phoebe Barnard in the January 2020 issue of BioScience. (Volume 70, Issue 1, pp. 8–12,

Wetlands in a Changing Climate: Science, Policy and Management,” Wetlands 38, 183–205 (2018) by Moomaw, W.R., Chmura, G.L., Davies, G.T. et al. (

Wetlands moderate climate change, and recent research cited here demonstrates that wetlands actively remove CO2 from the atmosphere. But “wetland scientists, ecosystem managers and natural resource policy-makers are unaware of the important C storage role of wetlands,” and “many climate scientists, as well as national and international policy makers, undervalue the role that wetland management might play.”

The Heat: “Climate emergency” from CGTN America (the China Global Television Network)

This 26-minute panel discussion features:

  • William Moomaw, an emeritus professor of International Environmental Policy at Tufts University
  • Paul Bledsoe, President of Bledsoe and Associates who served as a climate advisor for U.S. President Bill Clinton
  • Amy Davidsen, Executive Director, North America, Climate Group
  • Bob Ward, a director at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment.

Selected publications of Michael Kellett

Response to anti-H.897 letter: Here are the facts,” Greenfield Recorder February 15, 2020.

National Parks Were One of America’s Greatest Ideas. Let’s Expand on That,” Earth Island Journal. April 23, 2020. Article co-authored by George Wuerthner and Michael Kellett

Forest Futures Vision Process Advisory Group of Stakeholders Questions and Concerns About Draft Forest Futures Vision Document. December 28, 2009