What Would A Sustainable Future Look Like? 17.2

Published: July 1990

Editorial: Finding the path to a sustainable future - Robert Gibson

International Trade and the Environment: An Environmental Assessment of Present GATT Negotiations - Steven Shrybman

Local Economic Self-Reliance - Paul Ekins

Defining a Sustainable Society: Values, Principles and Definitions - John Robinson, George Francis, Russel Legge and Sally Lerner

Paradigms Lost: Changing Views on the Use of Common Property Resources - Fikret Berkes and David Feeny

Canadian, World, Tech Notes

Harms’ Way: Recycle or die - Dave Harms

Not just a cosmetic improvement - Glen Hougan

Rethinking the general store - Lynette Weber

Princess of whales without a domain - John Amarica

“Going Fishing!” Cross-cultural science education in the NWT - Candace Savage

Farm chemicals to get friendlier packaging - Jack Cembalisty

Cooking under the sun - Glen Hougan

Networks reject Tubehead - Glen Hougan

Canadian industry faces new demands for recycled paper - Gail Zboch

Is there a green future in progressive politics? An interview with Robert Paehlke - Don Alexander

Reviews

Perspectives on Ecology: A Critical Essay by Koula Mellos

The Greenpeace Story by Michael Brown and John May

Zodiac by Neal Stephenson

Podium: Must we relearn how to use surplus? - Robert Dreisbach

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