Oil Sands, Acid Rain, Nuclear Power 9.4

Published: January 1981

Editorial: Environmentalism and Time Horizon - Robert C. Paehlke

Oil Sands Development and Acid Rain in Alberta - Gregory Taylor

Ecological Sanity and Social Justice: Public Health in the Age of Osiris - Trevor Hancock

Carving up the Wilderness: Strategic Land Use Planning in Northern Ontario - John Marsh

On the Institution of Quality in a Conserver Society - C.A. Hooker and R. van Hulst

Nuclear Power and Public Health: The Eldorado Refinery Proposal - Jim Harding

Environmental Impact Research: A Time for Choices - R.R. Wallace

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