Table of Contents
- The time has come
- Extinction . . . made in Taiwan
- Follow the trade in endangered species, and chances are you'll
end up in
- Taiwan. For tigers, rhinos and a host of other species, Taiwan
is the last
- stop on the road to extinction.
- Loren Nancarrow
- He's on TV every week reporting about our environment ... but how
- public beat show up in his home life? Meet the private individual
- public figure.
- Are green markets an alternative to pollution
- We all can see how effective pollution laws have been at creating
- healthy environment - NOT! So how could selling permits to pollute
be more effective? Read this provocative article about a truly effective
alternative to standard regulatory mechanisms.
- Root's Gallery turns the old into new
- David Root creates new works of art from discarded objects. His
- business combines an art gallery, hair salon and floral shop.
- Oceanographer works for scale
- Dr. Tim Baumgartner finds his niche working south of the border.
His studies of mid-ocean sardines are leading to better management of our
- MAD ... about plastic?
- So you've decided to start recycling: newspaper in this box, cans
- 'ant-proof' plastic bag, mixed paper over there, glass in the big
can, and the
- plastics ... what about the plastics?
- Gray water in your future
- Recycling "gray water" has already generated big savings
for commercial irrigation. Recycling waste water in your home could bring
big savings for
- you - if it were only legal!
- Holidays are the time to reduce, reuse and
- Reduce, Reuse and Recycle is the modern mantra of the environmentally
- conscious consumer. Here are some simple things you can do to make
your holidays ecologically sound.
The whole tooth and nothing but the tooth
- Would you like to stop putting poison in your mouth? Bio-compatible
dentistry offers practical, affordable alternatives to mercury amalgum fillings.
- Electric bus marks new smog-free era
- The fuel cell is a completely clean source of electric power. The
commercial realization of this decades-old technology promises truly nonpolluting