Eye on the environment
- Gunston Hall reduces pollution. Midkiff, Steve // All Hands;May96, Issue 949, p13
Reports on the environmental protection and hazardous material disposal program on the USS Gunston Hall. Environmental protection and hazardous materials coordinator Lieutenant Mark Murphy; Implementation of hazardous materials inventory and control systems (HICS).
- Win/win on the environmental front. Krupp, Frederic // EPA Journal;Sep/Oct90, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p30
Focuses on the growing consensus on environmental protection in the United States. Change in attitudes of Americans; Rise of green consumer movement; Advocacy of constructive solutions.
- Behind schedule and over budget: The case of markets, water, and environment. Willey, Zach // Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy;Spring92, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p391
Looks at markets, water and the environment in an attempt to answer the question on whether Americans have succeeded in making markets and environmental protection work together. Ecosystem and wildlife habitat protection through private land purchases; Potential problems of the definition and...
- Environmental reporting and recordkeeping. Firetog, Theodore // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);7/3/95, Vol. 42 Issue 27, p16
Comments on the rise of civil and criminal enforcement from environmental reporting and recordkeeping. Response from the regulated community; Benefits of an effective environmental reporting and recordkeeping; Improvement of a company's environmental management.
- NPCA launches the Yellowstone Parkwatchers network. // National Parks;Sep/Oct96, Vol. 70 Issue 9/10, p10
Presents information on the challenges and problems that Yellowstone Park faces, and looks at measures taken by the National Park Conservation Association to combat these problems. Information on the possible effects of the slaughter of bison and elk; Problems that could arise from the trapping...
- No comment. // Outdoor Life;Sep94, Vol. 194 Issue 3, p14
Presents quotes on environmental protection. Environmental Protection Agency's warning to the mayors of San Diego and Tijuana regarding the clean-up of a border sewage; Judy Bari of Earth First! on capitalism and environmental protection; Wayne Pacelle of the Fund for Animals on overpopulation.
- A need for new approaches. Alm, Alvin L. // EPA Journal;May/Jun92, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p6
Focuses on the need for news approaches to address a host of environmental challenges in the United States. Insufficiency of the traditional regulatory approach; Problem with new and residual problems; Alternative mechanisms to traditional regulations. INSET: The complete toolkit..
- Industry, environmentalists agree on `Alternative Path'. Figura, Susannah Zak // Occupational Hazards;Dec96, Vol. 58 Issue 12, p45
Reports on the agreement of industrialists and environmentalists in the United States to an alternative path that would exceed environmental performance requirements in exchange for regulatory flexibility. Lesser cost of environmental protection; Role for regulators in the alternative path...
- The role of the judiciary in environmental protection. Wald, Patricia M. // Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review;Spring92, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p519
Presents an essay on the role of judiciary in environmental protection in the United States. Responsibilities of federal agencies; Implementation of environmental legislation; Role of courts as watchdogs.