"Does Plastic Really Make Us Safer?," Packaging Europe - A Sustainable Future for Packaging (magazine and digital),
December 17, 2021.
“Climate & Ecological Security Must be at the Center of Our National Defense Strategy,”co-authored with Sherri Goodman and John Conger, The Council on Strategic Risks/The
Center for Climate and Security, December 15, 2021.
"Climate Change in the U.S. National Security Strategy: History and Recommendations” co-authored with Sherri Goodman, The Council on Strategic Risks/The Center for Climate and Security, June
"Why Plastics Are Also A Climate Issue," March 25, 2020, Greenbiz.
"No Such Place as "Away" - Plastic Pollution in the Oceans, Why We Should Care and What to
do About It," October 2018 paper commissioned by the InterAction
Council for its 35th annual plenary.
"San Francisco Energy Efficiency Coordinating Committee Recommendations," 2017 report to Board
of Supervisors on local, state & federal energy efficiency and distributed energy resources programs and how best to increase
access and funding for low-income communities, residents and businesses, with a focus on the city's building stock.
State of Green Business -- Are Green Business Practices Helping the Environment?" Huffington Post, February
8, 2010, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/holly-kaufman/the-state-of-green-busine_b_453842.html.
"The Climate for Business - a
U.N. Agreement Could Push Profits,” Forbes.com, December 22, 2009, http://www.forbes.com/2009/12/22/climate-copenhagen-global-business-opinions-contributors-holly-kaufman.html.
“Bad Weather But Hope for the Climate,” - ClimateBiz.com,
December 17, 2009, http://www.climatebiz.com/blog/2009/12/17/bad-weather-hope-climate?page=0,1.
The Emergence of a Low Carbon Economy - How California Policy Can Accelerate Economic Growth and Job Generation through the
Cleantech Sector," Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2) and the Cleantech Group LLC, April 2009, http://cleantech.com/whitepapers/upload/Cleantech-E2-US-Policy-Report-April-2009.pdf.
"Why the Recovery Must Be Green," Forbes.com, December 2, 2008,
Publicized for Stonyfield Farm, Inc, "Stirring It Up: How
to Make Money and Save the World," by Gary Hirshberg, 2008. Book about socially-responsible business and power
of individuals to use the marketplace to influence business practices.
"Sustainable Energy for San Francisco's Future," co-authored article on energy and climate change
proposals at the request of Mayor Gavin Newsom's re-election campaign, August 2007, http://actlocallysf.org/blog/topic/2007/08/24/sustainable-energy-for-san-franciscos-future/.
"International Year in Review 2003," edited chapter on developments
in environmental security for the American Bar Association's publication, a project of Stanford University Law School.
"International Year in Review 2002," wrote chapter on developments in environmental security for the American
Bar Association's publication, a project of Stanford University Law School.
“Climate Change: Basic Information
on the Issue, Treaties and U.S. Positions,” prepared for the Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific
Affairs, U.S. Department of State, for distribution to Department, embassy and other government staff, September 2000.
“Resolving the Paradox of Environmental Protection – An Agenda for Congress, EPA and the States,”
report to Congress, Senior Research Associate, including case studies on Intel Corporation/ Project XL and the National Environmental
Performance Partnership System, National Academy of Public Administration, September 1997.
“The Role of NEPA
in Sustainable Development,” chapter author, Environmental Policy and NEPA – Past, Present and Future, edited
by Ray Clark and Larry Cantor, St. Lucie Press, 1997.
"The National Environmental Policy Act - Its Role in
Sustainable Development," distributed by the President's Council on Environmental Quality, 1995.
Quality," President's 1995 twenty-fifth anniversary report to Congress on environmental status, President's Council on
Environmental Quality. Developed project and interviewed Jane Goodall, Jacques Cousteau, E.O. Wilson, Gus Speth, William Reilly.
"Paradoxes in Paradise - Costa Rica's Efforts to Save Itself," 1990 and 1995 articles on the successes
and failures of Costa Rican conservation strategies, The Forum for Environmental Law, Science, Engineering, and Finance, January
and April 1999, respectively.
"Cleaning The Air, Protecting The Climate, Sustaining The Economy - Wisconsin's
Strategy," Center for Clean Air Policy, July 1994.
"Reinvesting in South Africa - How Green Will It Be?"
San Francisco Chronicle, Washington Business Journal, Christian Science Monitor, Public Radio International's, "Marketplace,"
“U.S. – European Perspectives on the Climate Change Debate,” editor, The
Center for Clean Air Policy, The German Marshall Fund of the United States, the Institute for European Environmental Policy,
"From Red to Green: Cuba Forced to Conserve due to Economic Crisis," BBC's Royal Geographical Society
Magazine; Utne Reader Special 10th Anniversary Issue; E Magazine, Agriculture and Human Values (University of Florida), 1993-1994.
"U.S. Cuban Policy - State Department and Cuban Perspectives," Harvard Journal of World Affairs - The Journal
for International Policy, Summer 1993, Vol. 3/1.
"The Health Effects Institute - A Public-Private Model for
Bridging Environmental Science and Policy," Harvard/NASA Project on Global Change Information Policy, September 1993.
"Organizational Ecology - Strategies for Expanding Organizational Networks," The Journal of the American
Community Gardening Association, Fall/Winter 1985. Selected for reprint in 2007 anniversary issue.
Food – Crop Selection in Third World Cities,” research and writing, Urban Resource Systems, Inc., 1986.
"Urban Agriculture - Meeting Basic Food Needs of the Urban Poor," research, UNICEF, Urban Examples Series, June
"Biogas in China," Alternative Sources of Energy Magazine, No. 51, September/October 1981.
"The Integral Urban House: Self-Reliant Living in the City," research, writing, editing, photography for book
with the Farallones Institute staff, Sierra Club Books, 1979.
Additional educational, publicity and fundraising
materials, including press releases, grant proposals, newsletters, reports, fact sheets and training manuals.