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Winter 2011

volume 25 no. 4
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From the Editor

There’s no question that for those of us committed to environmental sanity and social justice the November mid-term elections were a disappointing setback. The Republican Party has always been ideologically opposed to using government (that is, um, “We, the people”) to counteract pollution. But once upon a time you could find some Republicans who supported old-fashioned, Rooseveltian conservation, and even a handful (think of the first President Bush) who were willing to act on big threats like acid rain. Today, when it comes to major issues like global warming, a willful ignorance has gripped …more


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Earth Island Reports: International Marine Mammal Project
Save Japan Dolphins Goes Global
Earth Island Reports: South Coast Habitat Restoration
Trout Triumph
Earth Island Reports: Viva Sierra Gorda
Put a Roof on It
Earth Island Reports: Project Coyote
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Dispatches: Cold Comfort
1,000 Words: Homeward Bound
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Nuclear vs. Renewables
+/–: Nuclear Power is Safe, Sound …and Green
+/–: Nuclear Nonsense
Conversation: Bill McKibben
Dispatches: Hasta La Victoria Siempre
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In Review: Green Film Is Good Film
A Preview of the San Francisco Green Film Festival
In Review: Mind over Matter
The Watchman’s Rattle: Thinking Our Way Out of Extinction
By Rebecca Costa
334 pages, VanGuard Press, 2010
In Review: Battle Royale
The Climate War: True Believers, Power Brokers, and the Fight to Save the Earth
by Eric Pooley
496 pages, Hyperion, 2010
Voices: My Month Without Monsanto



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