The Planet, Spring 1992, Vol. XXI, No. III
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Vol. 21, Issue 3
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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
Publisher: Michael J. Lehnert; Graphics Advisor: Roderick C. Burton; A. S. Advisor: Kevin Majkut; Staff: Sara Bynum, Carin Coate,s Erik Kvilaas, Becci Oxner, T.R. Morris, Ruthy Porter, Susan Spence, Mike Wewer, Toni Weyman, Colin Wilcox
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Table of Contents
When Citizen Stockholders Speak: How Their Collective Voice Stopped the Pipeline by Toni Weyman
Discovering the Upside of Economics: Confessions of a Reformed Econophobe by T. R. Morris
The Truth about Lake Whatcom: Bellingham’s Water Source is in Big Trouble: by Becci Oxner
If Clams Could Speak: They’d Say, Clean Up the Bays and Estuaries by Colin Wilcox
Barbara Brenner’s Cinderella Story: How She Rose from Sit-ins to County Council by Susan Spence
Learning by Doing: Two Students Learn Lessons outside the Classroom by Sara Bynum
Restoration Ecology: Here it is, in our own Backyard by Ruthy Porter
Take a Break, John: But Hurry Back, You’ll be missed by Peter Donaldson
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