Competing Perceptions 21.3

Published: July 1995

Editorial: Exploring Human Knowledge and Perception - Catriona Sandilands

The Experts Disagree: A Simple Matter of Facts Versus Values? - Christina Chociolko
Inset: Experts, counter - experts and alternative understandings in the Alpac case
Inset: Experts disagree about transmissions line health risks

Turning Rivals into Allies: Understanding the Wise Use Movement - Lorelei Hanson

The Forester's Eye:Technology, Techniques and Perceptions in Early American Forestry - Rick Jonasse

Harms' Way: My old blue genes - Dave Harms

Recombinant Bovine Growth Hormone criticism grows - Greta Gaard

The Canadian review of rNGH: Confusion, politics and alleged bribery - Mary Pickering

Bridging a chasm: New report addresses environmental research needs - Kim Remus

Chemical pollutants linked to male infertility - Erik Lindala

Controversial arrangements may send Candu reactors to China - Carol Lynn Wallace

Farmers prepare environmental plans - Richard Cressman

Progressive activism on the Internet - Joseph Zelwietro

A sampling of information available on computer networks - Joseph Zelwietro

Reviews
William Leiss and Christina Chociolko, Risk and Responsibility 
Jamie Bastedo, Life and Times of the Oldest Piece of the Planet 
Ken Epps et al., eds., Armed Conflicts Report 1993 
Frederick Ferre and Peter Hartel, eds., Ethics and Environmental Policy: Theory Meets Practice 
Gary Paul Nabhan and Stephen Trimble, The Geography of Childhood: Why Children Need Wild Places 
David Engwicht, Reclaiming Our Cities and Towns: Better Living with Less Traffic 
F. Herbert Bormann, Diana Balmori and Gordon T. Geballe, Redesigning the American Lawn: A Search for Environmental Harmony 
Tariq Banuri and Frederique Marglin, Who Will Save the Forests? 
Robert D. Bullard, ed., Unequal Protection: Environmental Justice and Communities of Color

Podium: On sleeping with the enemy - David B. Brooks

 

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