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Winter 2003

volume 17 no. 4

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Oil, gas and the grizzly
Energy exploration may push Yellowstone’s charismatic megafauna over the edge
Earth Summit falls flat
NGOs shut, out, Colin Powell is booed offstage, and a mediocre time is had by all
Tower Kill
Our burgeoning network of towers for mobile phones, pagers, and digital television kills millions of migratory birds a year – and prevention may be as simple as changing a lightbulb
World Reports: A gift to terrorists?
George Bush’s nuclear waste transport and disposal plan puts millions of Americans at risk.
World Reports: Losing the leatherback
The world’s largest living reptile may go extinct so that we can eat swordfish.
World Reports: That sinking feeling
Their island nation on the verge of disappearing due to sea level rise, citizens of Tuvalu prepare for repatriation.
World Reports: To reflect and preserve
Nate Walker paints to celebrate the natural world’s beauty, and to provoke thought and action in its defense
Thought for Food: Earth Island Issue on GM Foods
Thought for Food: A look at genetically-modified crops, served with a helping of Greenpeace’s True Food Now Shopping list
Thought for Food: Recommended Reading
Thought for Food: GE or NOT GE…
Creating Choice for Consumers
Thought for Food: Playing with Our Food
In Review: In Review…
Voices: The Other Side of ‘Chemtrails’



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