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

FROM VOLUME 5, NUMBER 1, JANUARY 1992

PERIODICALS...
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Item #d92jan84

"Are We Throwing Away the Planet's Future?" W. Patterson, New Scientist, p. 8, Nov. 16, 1991. Resource economists must learn to account for the Earth's resource sinks (such as the atmosphere) as well as sources, and politics must follow; this is the challenge for the upcoming Earth Summit.


Item #d92jan85

"Sustainability, the Greenhouse Effect, Silviculture, and Overpopulation," F.K. Hall, Tappi J., 57-61, Oct. 1991. Thoughts of an executive and scientist in the paper industry, who concludes that doom-sayer predictions for the planet have not been fulfilled. Proper technology made widely available will be the engine that drives sustainability.


Item #d92jan86

"The Reluctant Partner," J. Rose, Chem. & Indus., 708, Oct. 1991. Examines the political inertia on global warming in the U.S., commenting on recent reports from the National Academy of Sciences and Britain's Royal Institute of International Affairs.

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