Will Sustainable Development Save Our Lakes and Rivers? 17.3

Published: November 1990

Editorial: Swimmable Beaches and Edible Fish - Donna M. Leith

Sustainable Development and Water Resource Management - Barry Sadler

Inset: The James Bay Hydroelectric Project by Fikret Berkes

Remedial Action Plans: An Opportunity to Implement Sustainable Development at the Grassroots Level in the Great Lakes Basin - John H. Hartig and Patricia D. Hartig

Federalism and Sustainable Development: The Institutional Challenge in Canadian Water Resource Management - Steven A. Kennett

Pricing: A neglected Tool for Managing Water Demand - David B. Brooks, Roger Peters and Paul Robillard

Canadian, World, Tech Notes

Harms’ Way: Fear and loathing in Deep Cove - Dave Harms

Reducing hazardous household waste - John Sinclair

Quest for pure water by Glen Hougan

Draft pulp and paper regulations dismay critics - Mary Pickering

Ecosystem research programme threatened - Lesley Millard

Inset: Sustainable development requires new research directions by T. Milne Dick

Reviews

Stein: The Way of the River - Michael M’Gonigle and Wendy Wickwire

Taming the Flood: A History and Natural History of Rivers and Wetlands - Jeremy Purseglove

The Canadian Green Consumer Guide prepared - The Pollution Probe Foundation

From Land to Mouth: Understanding the Food System - Brewster Kneen

Victims of Vanity: Animal Testing of Cosmetics and Household Products and How To Stop It - Lynda Dickenson

Manifold Destiny: The One! The Only! Guide to Cooking on Your Car Engine - Chris Maynard and Bill Scheller

The Bicycle: Vehicle for a Small Planet - Marcia D. Lowe

Podium: More than water - Kevin Van Tighem

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