Table of Contents
- The endangered Endangered Species Act
Health & Toxics
- The dogs of war
- Almost 4,000 dogs served along side our servicemen in Vietnam ­p;
and were exposed to the same toxic agents. Now, studies of these canines
show physiological effects that can only be due to dangerous chemical agents.
What does this mean for our stateside health and safety?
- Cooking with the sun
- It may seem hard to believe, but the simple act of cooking food
is a major labor and resource drain for many poor and developing countries.
Now, a simple device - the solar box cooker - promises a simple, inexpensive
Diet & Health
- Confessions of an ex-junk food junkie
- Making fundamental changes in the way we live is never easy ­p;
especially with respect to the food we eat. If you really want to change,
here are some tips that can help you along the way.
- Clean Water Wars: San Diego City Council approves
a "final solution" for the Tijuana River Valley
- The San Diego City Council continues to steamroller ahead with
plans for the International Wastewater Treatment Plant, despite concerns
about ocean water quality and toxics.
San Diego Earth Day
Greg Louganis leads Pride Parade
- SDED volunteers have become known for their impeccable cleanup
job following the EarthFair in Balboa Park. Now, the organization has been
asked to coordinate recycling activities at next month's Pride Parade.
Observations from the edge
- "S" is for subsidy
- Cutting social and environmental programs on one hand while giving
away hundreds of millions of dollars for the benefit of private corporations
on the other doesn't make sense to our resident eco-radical - and doesn't
make sense for the rest of us, either.