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Item #d90jul73

"Supersonic Plans 'Threaten Ozone Layer,'" J. Gribbin, New Scientist, p. 24, June 9, 1990. A scientist warned a gathering of environmental groups in Madrid about the effects of a new fleet of supersonic aircraft recently proposed by Britain and France.

Item #d90jul74

"Parliamentarians Challenge Nations on Global Problems," L.M. Rogers, Public Utilities Fortnightly, pp. 34-35, June 7,1990. Presents the views of officials of four groups representing the electric utility industry on the list of legislative goals and strategies for the electric power sector developed at the April Interparliamentary Conference on the Global Environment.

Item #d90jul75

"Alternative Fuels Council Debates Future Motor Fuels Policy," D. Hanson, Chem. Eng. News, pp. 25-26, May 21, 1990. Greenhouse warming was one consideration at the first meeting of the newly formed U.S. Alternative Fuels Council.

Item #d90jul76

"EPA Proposes Nationwide Recycling Program for Ozone-Depleting CFCs," P. Zurer, ibid., pp. 44-45, May 7. EPA's proposal (formally announced in the Fed. Register, p. 18,256, May 1, 1990) satisfies both industry and environmental groups.

Item #d90jul77

"Firms to Develop Global Environmental Initiative," L. Ember, ibid., p. 45. Former U.S. EPA Administrator Lee M. Thomas is helping 17 firms develop a global environmental initiative to provide assistance to the United Nations and businesses in other countries. The plan was to have been presented at the U.N. sustainable development conference in Bergen (above).

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