July '98 Table of Contents
- A Tale of Two Developments
- If we must have growth, let's make sure it's planned.
- The Port (mis)Authority
- Grand Jury issues a scathing report about the San
Diego Port Authority's skewed priorities.
- Toxic turnaround
- San Diego's Environmental Health Coalition leads the
way in helping local governments eliminate toxics.
- Introducing the San Diego Commuters
- Now, a little support for those choosing to carpool.
- Future of global environment
hinges on surging flows of private capital
- International policy reforms are needed to protect
the environment and economies in developing countries.
- Carbon trading free-for-all danger
to climate treaty
- The developed countries can buy their way out of pollution
- Toxic pollution: A mixed bat
o' waste in EPA's newest TRI data
- The Top 10 states in toxic pollution.
- Chocolate habitat
- Chocolate helps save Brazil's biodiversity.
- Reef Balls: Coming to an ocean
- A scheme to move excess atmospheric CO2 into the ocean.
- U.S. taxpayers funding climate
change through oil industry subsidies
- Micro-credit: Taking out a loan
- Small loans help low-income people start income-generating
- An ounce of prevention: think
ahead before you buy
- It you don't buy it, you don't have to recycle it.
In Your Garden
- Pest-free vegetable gardens
the organic way
- Using companion plantings and beneficial insects to
keep pests at bay.
Diet & Health
- Controlling environmental factors
could reduce suffering from children's lung disease
- Inhaled cellulosic and plastic
fibres found in human lung tissue
- Once you breathe this stuff in, it never leaves.
- Mammograms and clinical breast
cancer exams produce high levels of false-positive results
Observations from the Edge
- All is fair in love and veal
- Our resident eco-radical takes a trip to the Fair.
- Question growth
- Will we stop growth, or will it stop us?