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A Guide to Information on Greenhouse Gases and Ozone Depletion
Published July 1988 through June 1999



Item #d90jan74

Available from Safe Energy Communication Council (1717 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington DC 20036; 202-483-8491) is a series of brief reports intended for a wide audience, that combine easily read, first-source material with graphical presentation.

MYTHBusters #4: The Greenhouse Effect, Oct. 1989 ($3).

MYTHBusters #5: Renewable Energy, Dec. 1989 ($3).

Item #d90jan75

Natural Gas: The Environmental Protection Energy. Available in booklet or videotape from The East Ohio Gas Co., Public Affairs Dept., Rm. 703, POB 5759, Cleveland OH 44101.

Discusses the solutions natural gas offers to acid rain, global warming, automobile-generated air pollution and the U.S. balance of trade.

Item #d90jan76

Great Lakes Facts. Available from Great Lakes Information Service (Attn: Ann Lindsay, Info. Specialist), Ctr. for the Great Lakes, 435 N. Michigan Ave., S. 1408, Chicago IL 60611 (312-645-0901).

A series of 2-4 page fact sheets about topics concerning the Great Lakes including: (1) climate change and the economy of the Great Lakes, (2) water quality, (3) Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Basin land use, and (4) Great Lakes Protection Fund.

Item #d90jan77

Canada and the Changing Atmosphere, F.K. Hare, 22 pp., 1989. (Canadian Meteor. Oceanog. Soc., POB 334, New Market, Ont. L3Y 4X7, Can; 416-898-1040).

Provides an account of expected climate changes and their possible effects, as well as a review of Canada's institutional capability to understand the issue and provide policy advice to cope with changes.

Item #d90jan78

Fact sheets: "Coping with the `Greenhouse Effect:' Making the Right Choice" and "What Scientists are Saying About the Greenhouse Effect and Climate."

Single-page fact sheets published by the National Coal Assoc., 1130 17th St. NW, Washington DC 20036 (202-463-2630).

Item #d90jan79

Fact sheets available from Environment Canada (Can. Climate Ctr., 4905 Dufferin St., Downsview, Ont. M3H 5T4, Can.; 416-739-4323).

Topics covered briefly are: (1) climate change and variability, (2) ozone layer, (3) greenhouse gases, and (4) the impacts of global warming.

Item #d90jan80

Ozone: One Gas, Two Environmental Issues, 8 pp., 1989. Single copies free to organizations from Elec. Power Res. Inst. (Communications Prog., POB 10412, Palo Alto CA 94303).

This pamphlet uses text and color graphics to explain the processes, consequences and possible remedies for ozone depletion in the stratosphere, as well as the different problem of ozone pollution near the earth's surface. Gives references and further readings.

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