The Planet, Spring 1994, Local Issues
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Western Washington University. Associated Students; Huxley College of the Environment; Huxley College of Environmental Studies
Editor in Chief
Ricard Law and Derek Martin
Western Washington University
Associate Editors, Production Assistants, and Writers
Assistant Editors: Greg Heffron, Darren Nienaber; Copy Editors: Josh Barnhill, Kris Huss, Rachel Platt, Sarah Tosdevin; Marketing: Corinne Chmela; Writers: Josh Barnhill, Britney Bartlett-Curley, Barbara Adele Borst, Robin Lynn Buchan, Greg Heffron, Barry Hodges, Haidee Jezek, Joshua Klein, Mark Lehner, Alyson McColl, Daniel McLeod, Darren Nienaber, Rachel Platt, Erich Raudebaugh, Angie Suchy, Gillian Vik
Table of Contents
Integrity by Derek Martin
Convenienced to Death by Richard Law
Making Science Approachable: An Interview with Mitch Friedman by Greg Heffron
From Consciousness to Action: An Interview with Bill Dietrich by Haidee Jezek
Kemano II: Trading Salmon for Power by Barry Hodges
Ecofeminism and Pagan Ecology by Gillian Vik
Defining Ecofeminism by Rachel C. Platt
Options to Buy: Ecopaper and the Hemp Debate by Barbara Adele Borst and Britney Bartlett-Curley
Ten Million Pounds of Chlorine by Alyson McColl
The Archives of Whatcom County by Darren Nienaber
Western's Double Standard by Angie Suchy
Taking the L.E.A.D. by Robin Lynn Buchan
Canyon Lake Creek Old-Growth: An Unattractive Deal by Mark Lehner
A Fine Balance by Josh Barnhill
Tierra del Fuego: Trillium's Environmental Promise by Dan McLeod
Trillium's local Opposition by Joshua Klein
Ecotech by Erich Raudebaugh
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Law, Richard; Martin, Derek; and Huxley College of the Environment, Western Washington University, "The Planet, 1994, Spring" (1994). The Planet. 13.