Citations with the tag: ENVIRONMENTALISTS
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- Big business cowardice.
// Alberta Report / Newsmagazine; 6/27/94, Vol. 21 Issue 28, p29
Asserts that radical environmentalists have assumed the forefront of the environmental debate in North America. Comments from environmental lawyer Robert J. Ernst; The role of various business interests.
- Seriously green.
Leonetti, Carol; Motavalli, Jim // E: The Environmental Magazine; Jul/Aug95, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p36
Profiles environmentalist families from the United States. Monitor of garbage output by the Crandall-Hanifin family of Hopkinton, Rhode Island; Fame of the Burger family of Whitney Point, New York for their garbage management; Recycling practices by the Peeples family from Freetown, Maryland. ...
- Look out, moby dick! He's got a gun!
Elvin, John // Insight on the News; 09/22/97, Vol. 13 Issue 35, p35
States that environmentalists are not pleased with a proposal forwarded by the Makah band of American Indians. Reasons for the environmentalist being upset; Information on the antiwhaling group Sea Shepherd.
- Fin-Nor sponsors Billfish Foundation's 1996 `Release Flag Program'.
Brownlee, John // Salt Water Sportsman; Feb96, Vol. 57 Issue 2, p51
Reports that on USSC/Fin-Nor's agreement to sponsor Billfish Foundation's Release Flag Program for 1996.
- TBF news.
Brownlee, John // Salt Water Sportsman; Apr97, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p21
Presents news items relating to The Billfish Foundation (TBF) as of April 1997. Accomplishments of the organization; Emphasis on marlin, sailfish, spearfish and swordfish; Highlights of the TBF's Annual Conservation Awards Dinner; Launching of the Club Conservation Challenge.
- TBF news.
Brownlee, John // Salt Water Sportsman; Aug98, Vol. 59 Issue 8, p39
Presents news briefs pertaining to The Billfish Foundation (TBF). Information on the issues facing the United States Advisory Panels for Atlantic Billfishes and other Highly Migratory Species; Details on the funding of work by TBF being done by Dr. Phil Goodyear; Reference to the death of Hugo...
- How green are you?
Brownlee, John // Training & Development; Jul94, Vol. 48 Issue 7, p20
Focuses on the involvement of Americans in environmental activity. Categorization into five levels based on environmental proactivity; Address of environmental concerns in the grass-roots level; Increase in support for recycling and community activism.
- Environmentalists and developers in synch.
Brownlee, John // Westchester County Business Journal; 6/9/2008, Vol. 47 Issue 23, p50
A photograph of various environmentalists and developers in New York is presented.
- Busted in Barstow.
Sieman, R. // Dirt Bike; Mar1991, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p60
Discusses the Sahara Club's activist efforts and the opposition of the Sierra Club to them. BLM response; Strategy for the Barstow protest; Details of police arrests; Current status of protest and those involved.
- Taking the Clean Organic approach.
Steuteville, Robert // BioCycle; Dec95, Vol. 36 Issue 12, p39
Reports that the Clean Organic Waste (COW) project in Dade County, Florida which began in 1991 but was stopped after Hurricane Andrew, will be resumed. Comments from Bill Townshend, a consultant hired to manage the project; Construction cost.
- Pollution prevention resource.
Steuteville, Robert // Journal of Environmental Health; Jun97, Vol. 59 Issue 10, p29
Presents information on the Partnership for Environmental Technology Edu-cation (PETE). Organizational objectives; Missions; Alliance with the Design for the Environment Program (DfE); DfE partners.
- PETE DfE alliance `Pollution Prevention in Chemistry Instruction Project'.
Steuteville, Robert // Journal of Environmental Health; Jun97, Vol. 59 Issue 10, p42
Focuses on the Pollution Prevention in Chemistry Instruction Program developed through an alliance of the Partnership for Environmental Technology Edu-cation (PETE) and the Design for Environment Program (DfE). Includes the Small-Scale Inorganic Chemistry program; Small-Scale Chemistry Summer...
- M.D. monopoly.
Bandow, Doug // Policy Review; Fall95, Issue 74, p89
Criticizes the national environmental organizations and their affiliates of the United States for their failure to perform their duties. Experience of the author in making an agreement with the Fairfield Chapter of the Connecticut Audubon Society for preserving the land they own; Corrupt...
- Environmental agencies.
Bandow, Doug // Grand Rapids Business Journal; 1/30/95, Vol. 13 Issue 5, pB2
Lists environmental agencies which can provide information to businesses. United States Congress Senate Committees; Michigan Government Agencies; United States Government Independent Agencies.
- Green groups far outspend opponents.
Brown, Tim // Human Events; 10/30/93, Vol. 53 Issue 44, p18
Discusses the status of environmental groups as established organizations. Comparison with American situation in the absence of the Soviet Union; Need for rallying call to keep funds flowing; Greenpeace budget compared to its accused `corporate front groups'; Scientific community's skepticism...
- Learning from the school of whales.
Paton, David // Australian Geographic; Oct-Dec95, Issue 40, p23
Reports on the Pacific Whale Foundation's 1994 Australian study project. Monitoring of humpbacks; Photographing wales; Recording of identifying characteristics.
- More ways business funds its enemies.
Pattison, S. // Consumer Comments; Jan/Feb91, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p6
Looks at a fund-raising campaign recently begun by the Environmental Federation of America. Comparison to the United Way; GAP, Inc. and Tandem Computers now participate.
- Washington's top ten worst environmentalists.
Sterling, John // Earth Island Journal; Winter95, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p31
Presents information on ten Western American Republicans who are considered to be the top worst environmentalists in Washington. Process of elimination and nomination.
- Autumn for green groups.
Sterling, John // American Nurseryman; 12/15/94, Vol. 180 Issue 12, p20
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- Friends in unusual places.
Sterling, John // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine; 1/8/96, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p43
Reports that several Japanese environmental groups are expected to go to Paris to support Calgary's pitch to hold Expo 2005, and to protest Nayoga, Japan's proposal. Likelihood Nayoga's proposal would wipe out important wildlife habitats; Earth Day Nagoya Committee.
- Fickle green undermine consumer power.
Coghlan, Andy // New Scientist; 6/01/96, Vol. 150 Issue 2032, p10
Categorizes ethical shoppers and environmental protection advocates into three groups. Confirmed or hard core shoppers; Cost conscious shoppers; Couch thinkers; Description of each category.
- Clubs unite for conservation.
Coghlan, Andy // Salt Water Sportsman; Apr98, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p68
Reports on the Billfish Foundation's call for participation in the 1998 Club Conservation Challenge. Total participants who attended the event on its first year.
- Other items of interest.
Coghlan, Andy // Salt Water Sportsman; Apr98, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p69
Presents news concerning the Billfish Foundation as of April 1998. Number of billfish tagged in the foundation's tagging program; Record longest time-at-large for a recaptured swordfish.
- Heroes of the earth.
Coghlan, Andy // Mother Jones; Mar/Apr95, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p37
Features environmentalists. Dai Qing's opposition to ecologically harmful developments in China; Laila Kamel's views on overpopulation in Egypt; Joan Tall's efforts to save the Lakota Indian's sacred land from toxic dumping. INSET: Joan Tall..
- Will `green' hysteria cause food shortages?
Chase, Alston // Human Events; 3/4/94, Vol. 50 Issue 8, p10
Presents two events which show false ideas adhered to by environmentalists. Hysteria fueled by the Pure Food Campaign claim that bovine somatotropin threatens human health; Global starvation predicted by environmental group Worldwatch; Selective statistics by Worldwatch; Malthusian fatalism and...
- Recruiting in pews to save planet.
Wilkinson, Todd // Christian Science Monitor; 12/23/99, Vol. 92 Issue 21, p1
Focuses on how more religious people have joined environmentalists in efforts to save the planet.
- Champions of Conservation.
Wilkinson, Todd // Audubon; Nov/Dec98, Vol. 100 Issue 6, p80
Pays tribute to 100 people who have influenced the environmental movement in the United States, during the 20th century. Details on the success of the environmental movement; Citing of Theodore Roosevelt's and Wisconsin's Gaylord Nelson's importance in creating national environmental...
Wilkinson, Todd // Trammel Trace Tribune (Tatum, TX); 4/9/2009, Vol. 34 Issue 15, p4
The article offers information on the acceptance of applications for Environmental Specialist in Rusk County, Texas which is scheduled until April 20, 2009.
- Good news.
Wilkinson, Todd // Earth Island Journal; Summer95, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p5
Reports on international developments concerning pro-environment organizations as of summer 1995. Includes the performance of Germany's pro-environment political Party Greens during 1994; InterTribal Sinkyone Wilderness Council's plans to create the first wilderness park controlled by American...
- Nomad fish win some protection.
Kleiner, Kurt // New Scientist; 12/16/95, Vol. 148 Issue 2008, p10
Reports that a treaty to prevent overfishing of migratory fish such as tuna and swordfish by the United Nations (UN) was signed by 25 countries. Environmentalists' concerns; What the treaty call for; How long governments have to ratify treaty.
- Stan's advice for the green environmental professionals.
Kiste, Stan // Garbage; Jan/Feb92, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p31
Presents advice for people considering an environmental career. Public's perception of environmentalists; Use of various disciplines; Economic aspects.
- Asian Institute of Environmental Education.
Kiste, Stan // Connect: UNESCO International Science, Technology & Environmenta; Jun96, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p6
Features the Asian Institute of Environmental Education, a non-government, nonpolitical and nonprofit organization in Pakistan. Objectives of the group; Functions; Planned actions and projects; Background on its inception.
- Singapore Aid in Urban Governance.
Kiste, Stan // India -- West; 5/14/2010, Vol. 35 Issue 25, pA41
The article reports on the program that will let utilities and environment experts from Singapore and official's from Kerala, India to share their experiences under urban governance sponsored by the Temasek Foundation.
- Enviros rift.
Kiste, Stan // Inside Tucson Business; 7/22/2011, Vol. 21 Issue 8, p5
The article reports on the rift between environmentalists and the Center for Biological Diversity in Tucson, Arizona regarding the center's collection of 1,173, 517 dollars as a legal settlement in 2009.
- Largest environmental consultants.
Dant, Jennifer // San Diego Business Journal; 3/18/96, Vol. 17 Issue 12, p18
Presents statistical information on the largest environmental consultants in San Diego, California, ranked by 1995 environmental operations revenue.
- VIRIDIANS INVADE WHOLE EARTH, SEIZE MEANS OF INFORMATION.
Sterling, Bruce // Whole Earth; Summer2001, Issue 105, p4
Introduces the Viridian Design Movement, a virtual community of high-technology environmentalists. Concerns of the movement; Attributes of members of the movement; Approach used by the movement in publishing articles on an environment-centered magazine.
- Crackdown in Indonesia.
Sterling, Bruce // Earth Island Journal; Winter96/97, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p15
Reports on the plans of the Indonesian government to disband at least 31 `problematic' environmentalist groups in the country.
- Big tent, big camel.
Watkins, T. H. // Audubon; Mar/Apr98, Vol. 100 Issue 2, p152
Presents information on the negotiation efforts of environmentalists in the United States (US). Indication that conflict resolution and coalition building are not as effective as they are deemed to be; Reference to a management plan for Plumas, Lassen and Tahoe national forests created by a...
- Bird Watchers.
Weinstock, Matthew // Government Executive; Oct2002, Vol. 34 Issue 14, p44
Focuses on the alliance between environmentalists and the military in preserving woodpeckers in North Carolina. Description of the bird; Responsibility of the Army under the 1973 Endangered Species Act; Tension between the Fish and Wildlife Service and the Army. INSET: Turning Green..
- Groups to Oppose $1.6B San Francisco Water Deal Unless Alternatives Studied.
Williams, Rochelle // Bond Buyer; 8/19/2002, Vol. 341 Issue 31452, p38
Reports the plan of environmentalist groups to oppose the bond measure in San Francisco, California. Need of feasibility study in the restoration of watersheds; Provision of funds for the Hetch Hecthy water system; Suggestion of the environmentalists to examine the alternative water supply system.
- September 2010: Outdoor Science.
Williams, Rochelle // Scientific Principals; Sep2010, p1
An introduction to topics discussed within the issue is presented, including a variety of activities focused on the wild animals that commonly travel through a school yard, an article on family science programs and another article on environmentalists.
- Women's work.
Miller, Stuart // E: The Environmental Magazine; Jan/Feb97, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p28
Focuses on the role of women in environmental activism. Includes Greenpeace USA's Barbara Dudley; Lois Marie Gibbs of the Citizen's Clearinghouse for Hazardous Waste (CCHW); Barbara Bramble of the National Wildlife Federation (NWF); Kathryn Fuller of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
- Visionary thinking.
Motavalli, Jim // E: The Environmental Magazine; Jan/Feb97, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p30
Features female environmentalists. Futurist Hazel Henderson; Zoologist Theo Colburn; Australian physician Helen Caldicott; Donella Meadows; Contact information.
- Green at the grassroots.
S.M. // E: The Environmental Magazine; Jan/Feb97, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p34
Features female environmentalists. Kim Phillips; Terri Swearingen; Hazel Johnson; Contact information.
Pritchard, Paul C. // National Parks; Jan/Feb96, Vol. 70 Issue 1/2, p4
Reports on a meeting of leaders of 25 environmental groups in the United States in Washington, D.C. President Bill Clinton's attendance in the meeting; Role of President Clinton in maintaining the standards in the country; Reaction of the president to views presented in the meeting.
- I Want THAT Job!
Carney, Elizabeth // Science World; 5/12/2008, Vol. 64 Issue 14, p21
The article offers information about being a green architect.
- Official report: World Women's Congress for a Healthy Planet.
Carney, Elizabeth // Women's International Network News; Spring92, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p31
Summarizes a report on the World Women's Congress for a Healthy Planet, held on November 8-12, 1991 in Miami, Florida. Development of a blueprint for incorporating the women's dimension into local national and international environment and development decision-making called the Women's Action...
- Fly girl.
Livermore, Beth // Women's Sports & Fitness; Apr94, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p24
Reports on Barbara Rowell's efforts to elevate environmental awareness. Learning to fly; Flying to remote locations; Witnessing the destruction of nature; Joining of LightHawk group; Duties of LightHawk pilots; Creation of the Bladen National Park in Belize; Closing of the Phelps Dodges copper...
- Young people and the environment.
Wilma van der Veen, E. // Youth Studies Australia; Summer1994, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p24
Presents a comparative analysis of young environmentalists and decision-makers in Australia and Canada. Research objectives; Interview of young people in Victoria, Australia and British Columbia, Canada; Typology of young environmentalists; Results of the comparative analysis.
- Anti-Globalization: The Left's Assault on Global Prosperity.
Locke, Edwin A. // Business Journal (Central New York); 1/24/2003, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p39
Comments on the opposition of left-wing and environmentalist against global capitalism in New York. Advantages of global capitalism; Complaints raised against global capitalism; Analysis on the objections of the protestors.