Monthly Planet, Volume 4, Number 2, December 1982
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Vol. 4, Issue 2
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Western Washington University. Associated Students; Huxley College of the Environment; Huxley College of Environmental Studies
Editor in Chief
David S. Goldsmith
Western Washington University
Writers: Megan Barton, Sarah Hamilton, Susan Lamb, Dondena Moyer, Jon Sitkin; Artist: Ginny Taylor
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Table of Contents
Historic Settlement Reached in DNR Lawsuit by Steve Gerkey
TMI: The Psychological Question by Megan Barton
Challenging Our Worldview: the Deep Ecology Movement by David Goldsmith
To Be or Not To Be: Huxley Vies for Its Integrity by Valerie Smith
Ending Exploitation: The Need to Go Beyond Environmentalism by Sarah Hamilton
Environmental Center Conference: Futures North by Northwest by David McFadden
In Italy: Growing Pains of an Ecological Consciousness by Alipio Terenzi
Book Review: Mountains Without Handrails by Joseph L. Sax, by John Sitkin
Conservation Incentive for Landlords, Tenants: Energy Use in Rental Housing by David Sale
Publication at Western Washington University
Washington (State); Italy
Environmental Sciences | Higher Education | Journalism Studies
Student publication, Ecology, Environmental Studies
Goldsmith, David S. and Huxley College of the Environment, Western Washington University, "Monthly Planet, 1982, December" (1982). The Planet. 115.
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