Monthly Planet, Volume VII, Number 5, June 1986
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Vol. 7, Issue 5
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Western Washington University. Associated Students; Huxley College of the Environment; Huxley College of Environmental Studies
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Western Washington University
Writers: Al Arkills, Randall Brower, John Brown, Craig Day, Michael Kane, Robin Mortimer, Colleen Majors, John Pavitt, Mary Pearsal, Kimberley Peterson, Melissa Rosaaen, Susanne Stevens, Jim Zirk; Artists: David Taylor, Mary Pearsal, Robin Mortimer, Michael Kane, Bethany Shipley; Advertising Manager: Bethany Shipley
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Table of Contents
Thoughts of a Commuser by Al Arkills
Nurture Nature: Adopt a Beach by Craig Day
Center Treats Injured Wildlife by Lori Rathbun
Hanford Revisited: Not Just an Ordinary Hometown by James Zirk
Agribusiness: Hungry for Profit by Robin Mortimer
Sail Power for Third World Fishing communities by Michael Kane
Lessons from China: Organic Farming by Kimberley Peterson
Food Co-operatives Struggle to Meet the Eighties Challenge by Susanne Stevens
Make Grain Not War: A Report on the World Game by James Zirk
“Fairhaven’s Own”: An Historic Town Comes Alive by Mary Pearsall
Stay Tuned: Public Radio in Bellingham by Colleen Majors
MagnetoHydroDynamics: Cleaner Energy for a Cleaner World by John Brown
Wilderness: Private Ownership = Public Good? by John Pavitt
Environmental Responsibility: Who’s is it?
Not Another Lecture on Responsibility: An “American” Approach to Recycling by Melissa Rosaaen
Publication at Western Washington University
Washington (State); China; Developing countries
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, June" (1986). The Planet. 109.
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