Table of Contents
- Talk to me!
- MSCP plans the future of conservation in San
- A little-known group of government and industry officials are making
plans that may decide the fate of 100 endangered species and up to 200,000
acres of land in San Diego county.
- The Big Squeeze
- Everyone agrees that the earth can only support a limited number
of humans. Is it possible to stop our global population explosion before
we face environmental and human catastrophe?
- Town meeting on UN population conference
- Find out about - and provide your input - to the UN Cairo conference
on population and development.
- Global energy grid a salvation for developing
- If all of the world's electrical generating capacity were tied
into one global network, there would be plenty of cheap energy for the developing
world - which might just make the difference between prosperity and misery.
The technology is there, if world leaders can be enrolled in the vision.
- Living with mountain lions
- There's lots of discussion about mountain lions: concern about
their fate and paranoia about attacks. This report looks at some of the
facts and studies about these cats, and may help to dispel some superstitions.
- The bridge to nowhere
- The Chula Vista Nature Interpretive Center is the serendipitous
result of a pitched battle between the Sierra Club, Army Corps of Engineers
and the Chula Vista Redevelopment Agency. Find out about this hidden jewel
on the Chula Vista tidelands.
- Llamas: not just another pretty face
- These docile animals have been called "the pack animal of
the '90s," and not just because they travel in packs. Raising them
was just the ticket for the Mubarak family
- Steel: America's most recycled resource
Attend the business recycling workshop
- Informative how-to workshop for businesses
San Diego Earth Day
- Carolyn Chase presented Spirit of San Diego
- Presented by Mayor Susan Golding to recognize individual contribution
to improving the quality of life in San Diego