Monthly Planet, Volume VII, Number IV, May 1986
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Vol. 7, Issue 4
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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, Douglas Dobyns, Teresa Hertz, 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
Word Magic by John Brown
Vancouver Peace March by Douglas Dobyns
Shannon Point by Kimberley Peterson
Hanford . . . . . on the Inside by Michael Kane
Concrete Octopus Eats Planet!! . . . . Can We Stop It? by Robin Mortimer
“Where did THAT come from?”: How Developments get the “Okay” from the City by Susanne Stevens
The Phoenix Rises: Economic Regeneration by Randal Brower
Fresh Garbage: Cultivating Responsibility by Colleen Majors
Interview: Mayor Tim Douglas: Bellingham’s Approach to Recycling by John Brown
Nuclear Accidents . . . . . . Who Pays? by Teresa Hertz
The Not – So - Superfund by Craig Day
Battle of the Century: Hetch Hetchy Valley and America’s Awakening by John Pavitt
Bellingham Citizens Seek Peace in Central America by Nancy Uding and Chris Pastorino
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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, May" (1986). The Planet. 110.
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