Natural Justice 15.2

Published: April 1988

Editorial: Stumbling through the semi-darkness - Robert Gibson

Science in the Courtroom: The Value of an Adversarial System - Stuart Smith

Science and the Tribunal: Dealing with Scientific Evidence in the Adversarial Arena - Michael Jeffrey

The Fight for an Environmental Bill of Rights: Legislating Public Involvement in Environmental Decision Making - Paul Muldoon

The Courts and Community Values: Litigation Involving Native Peoples and Resource Development - James O’Reilly

The Swedish Studies of Pesticide Exposure and Cancer: A Case Study of Disciplinary and Mandated Science - Edwin Levy

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Canadian, World, Tech Notes

Would Constitutional property rights inhibit environmental protection? - Peter Mulvihill

Plant rights breed controversy - Jenny Fraser

Governments take first small step to ozone protection - Julia Langer

Toxics increasing in Great Lakes - Iain Cuthbert

Progress comes to Ladakh - Ted Town

Reviews

Ordering the Oceans: the Making of the Law of the Sea - Clyde Sanger

The Future of the Oceans: a Report to the Club of Rome - Elisabeth Mann Borgese

Report of the National Task Force on Environment and Economy

Books Received for Review

Podium: Is deep ecology the way? - P.S. Elder

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