The Planet, Fall 1995, The Endangered Species Act: Screaming for Justice
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Western Washington University. Associated Students; Huxley College of the Environment; Huxley College of Environmental Studies
Editor in Chief
Paige Renee Pluymers
Western Washington University
Associate Editors, Production Assistants, and Writers
T.A.: Scott Brennan; Managing Editor: Elissa Torres; Copy Editor: Colleen Williams; Staff: Al Bentley, Dawne Brevig, Noreen Bucknum, Samya Clumpner, Sean Cosgrove, Jonathan Duncan, Traci Edge, Alexandra Etheridge, Greg Friedman, Cindy Hobbs, Richard Navas, Mary-Belton Scurry, Taylor Talmage, Tara Williams
Table of Contents
Understanding the ESA
ESA: Solving the Puzzle by Alexandra Etheridge
Owe Step Forward, Three Steps Back by Cindy Hobbs
Searching for Certainty by Elissa Torres
Washington Species on the Brink
Brought to Their Knees by A1 Bentley
Is There a Future for Salmon? by Jonathan Duncan
The ESA Under Siege by Tara Williams
When Principles Go Extinct by Richard Navas
A Deadly Cure by Greg Friedman
Pets, Poached, or Protected by Dawne Brevig
Sex in a Box by Noreen Bucknum
Disillusioned by House Resolutions by Mary-Belton Scurry
Congressional Chain Saw Massacre by Taylor Talmage
The Human Factor
Ecological Survival, Citizen Democracy and Me by Sean Cosgrove
Who’s Afraid of the Big, Bad ... ESA? by Samya Clumpner
The Power of One by Traci Edge
Saving Endangered Species is Elementary compiled by Traci Edge
Ghost Bears: Exploring the Biodiversity Crisis reviewed by Colleen Williams
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Woolston, DeAnna and Huxley College of the Environment, Western Washington University, "The Planet, 1995, Fall" (1995). The Planet. 15.