Issue 11, 1999
Volume 1 Issue 11 1999
Can grassroots democracy save us?
Bridging the Gap Between the Reductionist Perspective of Public Policy and the Precautionary Perspective of Communities
The examination of the roles that both the precautionary and reduced principles play in shaping environmental policies related to human exposure to environmental hazards.
Is Japan one of the most polluted countries in the world?
A Comparison of Popular Remedial Technologies for Petroleum Contaminated Soils from Leaking Underground Storage Tanks
Clean up technologies for contaminated soils.
Lessons from the wise use movement.
Review of: Edited by Emmanuel Agius and Salvino Busuttil, with Tae-Chang Kim and Katsuhiko Yazaki. Future Generations and International Law (Law and Sustainable Development Series). London: Earthscan Publications, 1998. 206pp. index. US$38.00 paper ISBN 1-85383-503-X.
A new column with sources related to natural environment and health.
Comprehensive coverage of environmentally related WWW sites, electronic journals, publications, and other resources.
Do the Library of Congress subject headings cover environmental literature properly? ---update to the article from the EGJ Issue 7, November 1997.