The Planet, Spring 1998, Borderlands
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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
Managing Editor: Anita White; Graphic Design: Derek Reiber, Anita White; Illustrators: Chad Crowe, Jason Kelly; Staff Writers: Joe Ackerson, Robert Bart, Matt Collins, Christopher Miller, Shane Powell, Amy Robinson, Sarah Ruether, Phillip Sampson IV, Ben Sanders, Chris Sunde; Business Manager: Teari Brown
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Table of Contents
A look at the progress of Canada's Endangered Species Act. By Christopher Miller
New plans for an old bioregion from Yellowstone to the Yukon. By Chris Sunde and Ben Sanders
Looking Forward by Looking Back
Just how different is Canada's environmental history? By Amy Robinson
You Can Smell It
The direction of air pollution along the border. By Phillip Sampson IV
Nature Has No Borders
How paranoia and Congress halted Cascadia Park. By Shane Powell
Victoria's sewage choices for our Puget Sound. By Joe Ackerson
The Slippery State of Salmon
Are the hatcheries there for the fish or fishermen? By Robert Bart
The Uncertain Future of Organics
Differing border laws change the meaning of organic. By Sarah Ruether
Blurring the Boundries
Creating new boundries with computer technology. By Matt Collins
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