Monthly Planet, Volume VII Number III, April 1986, Think Global, Act Local Part Two
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Vol. 7, Issue 3
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Western Washington University, Huxley College of the Environment
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Western Washington University
Writers: Al Arkills, Randall Brower, Miriam Ellard, Teresa Hertz, Laurie Lancaster, John Pavitt; Artists: David Taylor, Allison Carpenter; Layout: Miriam Ellard, Randall Brower, Laurie Lancaster
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Table of Contents
Think Global, Act Local: A Closer Look at Our Theme and the Green Movement by Laurie Lancaster
Transboundary Conference Students Talk Bioregionalism and Tactics by John Pavitt
An Introduction to China Politics, Culture and Their Effect on China's Environment by Miriam Ellard
Thoughtful Journey Memoirs of a Lone Traveler by Allison Carpenter
Escaping the Frontier Mentality: Our responsibility doesn’t end when the garbage is emptied by Teresa Hertz
Smoking Wood Can Be Dangerous to Your Health by Al Arkills
What does this symbol mean? By Randall Brower
For the People, By the People: Appropriate Technology in Nicaragua by Mira Brown
Publication at Western Washington University
Washington (State); China; Nicaragua
Environmental Sciences | Higher Education | Journalism Studies
Student publication, Ecology, Environmental Studies
Ellard, Miriam and Huxley College of the Environment, Western Washington University, "Monthly Planet, 1986, April" (1986). The Planet. 101.
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