The Planet, 1999, Fall
Download Full Text (5.9 MB)
Western Washington University. Associated Students. Environmental Center; Huxley College of the Environment; Huxley College of Environmental Studies
Editor in Chief
Western Washington University
Managing Editor: Kayley Mendenhall; Design: Shellie Liman; Staff Writers: Skye Thompson, Erica Oakley, Erin Armstrong, Christine W. Ross, Patrick McKay-Beach, Lisa Beck, Kimberly Colleran
Publisher (Digital Object)
Resources made available by The Planet and Special Collections, Heritage Resources, Western Libraries, Western Washington University.
Table of Contents
Living Legend: The father of preservation shares a cup of tea and confides his advice for the new millennium. By Skye Thompson
Environmental Episodes: From pioneers of preservation to tourists and televisions, environmental history carries on. By Erica Oakley
Urban Overload: Adding 29 cities the size of Tacoma to the Puget Sound area in the next 50 years, will change the climate of life in our state. By Erin Armstrong
Waves of Warning: In many ways, the future of Washington State will be gauged by the survival of a swimming species. By Christine W. Ross
Academic Activism: A history of Huxley College reveals a fervent student body fighting similar battles to decades past. By Patrick McKay-Beach
The Nature of Generations: For Bellingham, many of yesterday’s struggles reflect those of today. By Lisa Beck
A Future with an Attitude: A new millennium approaches; our accomplishments depend on our perspectives. By Kim Colleran
Take It or Leave It: The Planet staff decides what to take and what to leave in the new millennium. By Staff
Publication at Western Washington University
Environmental Sciences | Higher Education | Journalism Studies
Student publication, Ecology, Environmental Studies
Powell, Shane and Huxley College of the Environment, Western Washington University, "The Planet, 1999, Fall" (1999). The Planet. 26.
Human ecology--Washington (State)--Periodicals; Ecology--Washington (State)--Periodicals
Western Washington University--Students--Periodicals; Huxley College of the Environment--Students--Periodicals
This resource is displayed for educational purposes only and may be subject to U.S. and international copyright laws. Any materials cited must be attributed to The Planet, Western Libraries, Western Washington University.