Winter 1978 7.2

Published: January 1978

Editorial: A Question of Poisoning - Ted Schrecker

Mercury and Kepone: Two Killers on Two Continents - Reiko Watanuki

Notes from the Territories: Arsenic Poisoning - Lloyd Tataryn

Notes from Thunder Bay: Asbestos in the Water - James Harding

The Wild Creatures, the Native People, and Us: Canadian Literary-Ecological Relationships - Allison Mitcham

Making Sense of Future Studies - Norman Henchey

Review Article: Analyzing Scarcity: The Politics of Social Change - Michael Kraft

Environmental Quality and Whitehead’s Philosophy of Organism - William A. Peterman

The Escalation of Technological Danger - J. Gordon Parr

Counting Costs: A Social Science Approach - Harold D. Foster

Reviews

No Safe Place - Warner Troyer

Some Impressions of Three Environmental Inquiries - R.C. Paehlke

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