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Subject: [alt.energy.renewable] New issue of Electronic Green Journal available
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Please forgive the duplication caused by cross-posting of the
following to several library and environmental listservs. Please
feel free to forward this posting to any individual or list that
would be interested in it.
The University of Idaho Library announces the availability of the
second issue of the ELECTRONIC GREEN JOURNAL (ISSN: 1076-
The ELECTRONIC GREEN JOURNAL is a professional refereed
publication devoted to disseminating information concerning
sources on international environmental topics including:
assessment, conservation, development, disposal, education,
hazards, pollution, resources, technology, and treatment.
Environmental issues frequently cross national borders; therefore,
our journal encourages the international sharing of environmental
expertise. The journal serves communities as an educational
environmental resource, and includes both practical and scholarly
articles, bibliographies, reviews, editorial comments, and
announcements. We are academically sponsored; however, our
focus is for the educated generalist as well as the specialist.
Advertisements are accepted at a rate of $150/screen (24 lines x 70
characters/line) or portion thereof for commercial organizations and
$75/screen for non-profit organizations. Text or images can be
The journal is available via gopher, worldwide web, ftp
or by subscription.
To subscribe, send an email message to MAJORDOMO@UIDAHO.EDU
with the following in the body of the message:
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Original contributions from authors are welcome. Guidelines for
authors are available from the editors. Send contributions,
advertisements, requests for guidelines, or requests for any other
information about the journal to:
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The contents of the second issue are listed below. The filename in the
ftp archive precedes the author and/or title of each contribution.
ELECTRONIC GREEN JOURNAL Volume 1, Issue 2, November 1994
TABLE OF CONTENTS
egj-toc.txt Table of Contents
polla01.txt Mike Pollastro, From the Editor
lewis01.txt Deanna L. Lewis and Ron Chepesiuk, The International Trade In
Toxic Waste: A Selected Bibliography Of Sources A bibliography focusing
on how strict environmental protection in the West is contributing to a
buildup of the dangerous waste in the Third World.
polon01.txt Michael Jay Polonsky An Introduction To Green Marketing The
scope and importance of the relationship between business and the environment,
and a survey of the pitfalls and abuses.
polon01.gif GRAPHIC: Figure 1. "I Damage the Environment Because..."
groat01.txt Greta de Groat, Population And The Environment Evaluation of
sources which focus on the importance of world population growth, one of the
major ecological issues.
stoss01.txt Frederick W. Stoss, Environmental Education: Back to Basics
Educational materials on current environmental problems.
link01.txt Terry Link Environmental Resources News in brief of
environmentally related publications, online databases, and other resources.
press.gif ADVERTISEMENT: University of Idaho Press <Picture>
brown01.txt Greg Brown reviews Land Conservation Through Public/Private
ruff01.txt Gene Ruffin reviews Story Earth: Native Voices on the Environment
stoss01.txt Frederick W. Stoss reviews Three Children's Environmental Books
foss01.txt Beverley Foss reviews Water Quality and Availability: a Reference
foss02.txt Beverley Foss reviews Fundamentals of Environmental Science and
kinne01.txt Sheri Kinney reviews Trails for the Twenty-First Century
weint01.txt Irwin Weintraub reviews Defining Sustainable Forestry
kaag01.txt Cindy Kaag reviews Environmental Poisons in Our Food
sawye01.txt Benjamin Sawyer reviews Guardians of the Whales
whart01.txt Dale Wharton reviews The Greenpeace Guide to Anti-
evere01.txt Melissa Everett reviews Whole Terrain: Reflective Environmental
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New issue of Electronic Green Journal available