Wilderness Conflicts 15.3

Published: September 1988

Editorial: Where the wild things are - Robert Gibson

The Stein River: Wilderness, Culture and Human Survival - Michael M’Gonigle

Roads to Nowhere: Incremental Access and the Shrinking Wilderness - Julian A. Dunster

La Conservation de la Nature au Quebec - Jean-Luc Bourdages

Wilderness in New Zealand - Colin Michael Hall

Forging a National Wilderness Agenda - Arlin Hackman

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More Than Just A Job: Worker Cooperatives in Canada - Constance Mungall

The Regulation of Toxic and Oxidant Air Pollution in North America - Margaret Mellon, Leslie Ritts, Stephen Garrod and Marcia Valiante

The Treaty of Waitangi - Claudia Orange

Agricide: The Hidden Crisis That Affects Us All - Michael W. Fox

World Resources 1987: An Assessment of the Resource Base that Supports the Global Economy - the International Institute for Environment and Development

Pest Control Canada: A Reference Manual - Ed Clutton, ed.

Podium: Native trappers and the fur trade: Where do we go from here? - Tony Smith

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