Monthly Planet, Volume 4, Number 4, March 1983
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Vol. 4, Issue 4
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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, John Kohl, Sally Toteff, Mary Vandenbosch; Artist: Ginny Taylor; Layout: Megan Barton, Sarah Hamilton, Sally Toteff
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Table of Contents
Reagan’s EPA – Protection for Who? by David Goldsmith
Sound Practices – For Puget’s Sake by Ric Conner
Today’s Environmental Consciousness: Shattered Glass or a Picture Window? by Bill Taylor
Northwest Power planning Council: Avoiding Future Shocks by Sally Toteff
“All the World’s a Stage . . .” Environment Finds the Silver Screen by Sarah Hamilton
Streamlining SEPA: Commerce, Conflict, and Compromise by Mason Hewitt
Ending Cetacean Captivity: “Wild Should Wild Remain” by John Kohl
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Goldsmith, David S. and Huxley College of the Environment, Western Washington University, "Monthly Planet, 1983, March" (1983). The Planet. 117.
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