The Planet, Spring 1996, No More Turning Away
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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
Paige Renee Pluymers
Managing Editor: Elissa Torres; Copy Editor: Colleen Williams; Staff: Camela Ballard, Jodi Broughton, Traci Edge, Shari Exo, Greg Friedman, Julie Irvin, Peter Maxwell, Richard Navas, Brian Sokol, Paul Swanson, Taylor Talmage
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Table of Contents
Pack 'Em In, Pack 'Em Out: The Goats of Olympic National Park
by Paul Swanson
Ethical Evolution: A Brief History of Humankind's Changing Relationship with the Natural World
by Brian Sokol
Price Per Pound: The Animals Behind the Cellophane
by DeAnna Woolston
A Fork in the Road: Choosing the Vegetarian Path
by Jodi Broughton
A Change in Consciousness: Will Anderson of PAWS
by Peter Maxwell
No More Tears: The Truth Behind the Labels
by Julie Irvin
The Monkeys of Miller Hall
by Greg Friedman
A Slice of Life: Dissecting Animals in the Classroom
by Greg Friedman
Sardis: A Healing Haven for Wildlife
by Shari Exo
Hunting for an Ethical Place to Stand
by Richard Navas
Love Thy Pets as Thy Self: Responsible Pet Care
by Traci Edge
Fur Farming: From Cages to Coats
by Camela Kai Ballard
Sea Lion Death Sentence: Good Science or Good Scapegoat?
by Cindy Hobbs and Brian Hosey
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Woolston, DeAnna and Huxley College of the Environment, Western Washington University, "The Planet, 1996, Spring" (1996). The Planet. 18.
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