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Internet Sites:

  • Environmental Sites (United Nations / Gopher)

  • START START, a framework activity of the IGBP, is a world-encompassing system of regional research networks. The fundamental purpose of a regional research network is to develop and coordinate research on the specific regional origins and impacts of global environmental change that contribute to the objectives of START's three parent organisations, the IGBP, the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP), and the International Human Dimensions Programme (IHDP) on Global Environmental Change. [Roland Fuchs, Director]

  • Energy & Environmental Information Resources (EE-IR) Center [eeirc.nwrc.gov/]
    The project centers around the development of a comprehensive Energy & Environmental Information Resources (EE-IR) Center, which will focus on information resources of interest to the Gulf Coast region...; also: access to information resources created by organizations such as the National Biological Information Infrastructure (NBII).

  • EnviroLink "Welcome to EnviroLink, the largest online environmental information resource on the planet. EnviroLink is a non-profit organization...a grassroots online community that unites hundreds of organizations and volunteers around the world with millions of people in over 130 countries."

  • CIESIN Gateway / WWW Interface [http://wwwgateway.ciesin.org/] CIESIN Gateway The Consortium for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN) facilitates access to data and information on human interactions in the environment, global environmental change, and sustainable development. The CIESIN Gateway provides access to a distributed catalog that identifies data and information resources relevant to these topics. The Gateway is unique in that it conducts simultaneous search and retrieval across diverse databases worldwide. Users should examine search tips to determine the best Gateway search strategy.

  • Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

    • The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was established as an independent agency in the Executive Branch in December 1970 and is responsible for executing the Federal laws protecting the environment. The Agency now administers nine comprehensive environmental protection laws, including the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, the Toxic Substances Control Act, the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, and the Comprehensive Environmental Compensation, and Liability Act (or "Superfund").
    • State, Local and Tribal Environmental Networks (SLATE)
    • Economy and the Environment
    • Toxics Release Inventory (TRI)
    • FUTURES: Detecting the Early Signals 1999 Science To Achieve Results (STAR) Program [Opening Date: June 15, 1998 Closing Date: September 10, 1998] "The question often arises whether serious environmental problems could be detected so that preventive or remedial actions could be started sooner.... Early awareness of an environmental problem would result in the ability to cope with a less serious problem.... The possibility and value of early detection of environmental problems were the subject of the ... (EPA..) 1995 report, Beyond the Horizon: Using Foresight to Protect the Environmental Future."

  • Climate Solutions
    "Working to stop global warming at the earliest point possible by helping the Pacific Northwest to become a world leader in practical and profitable solutions."

  • Community and Environment, NW Policy Center (NPC), [University of Washington] Environmental quality is one of the strongest and most cherished characteristics of the Northwest. True economic progress must strengthen, not compromise, that environmental quality to pass the test of long term sustainability. Through examination of local best practice, NPC seeks to discover the keys to long term synergy between economic vitality and environmental quality, and to turn those lessons into improved public policy for resource management and economic development.

  • The Consortium for Risk Evaluation with Stakeholder Participation (CRESP) is a university-based national organization created specifically to develop a credible strategy for providing the information needed for risk-based clean-up of complex contaminated environments, especially those for which the Department of Energy is responsible.

  • The Student Conservation Association
    allows you to serve the great outdoors while tapping into an inner, personal landscape you may never have known existed. With exciting, hands-on service opportunities lasting up to a full year, women and men as young as 16 can start blazing a new trail of conservation service, experiential environmental education, career skills and leadership training.

  • Environmental Education on the Internet [The National Consortium for Environmental Education and Training (NCEET)]

  • Starfish: Educational Resources for Sustainability

  • Second Nature: Advancing Human and Environmental Well-being Through Learning ...a nonprofit organization founded in 1993 providing training programs and access to educational resources to promote environmental education at institutions of higher learning...., providing a framework for .... making environmentally just and sustainable living an integral part of teaching, research, operations, and community outreach at colleges and universities nationwide.

  • The Right-to-Know Network
    "provides free access to numerous databases, text files, and conferences on the environment, housing, and sustainable development... identify specific factories and their environmental effects; analyze reinvestment by banks in their communities; and assess people and communities affected."
  • Environment, Technology and Society (Communications for a Sustainable Future, Colorado)

  • Conservation-Based Development [Ford Foundation]
    Here are "stories of conservation-based development in action. The projects profiled explore one or more of the many strategies used to strengthen communities while providing economic opportunity and protecting the environment. The final chapters of many of these stories are not yet written because the projects are ongoing. As we learn more, we'll keep you updated."

  • Economic Well-Being and Environmental Protection in the Pacific Northwest A Consensus Report by Pacific Northwest Economists,x December 1996

  • http://www.wildsalmon.org/ Wild Salmon: Columbia & Snake Rivers Campaign.. is a national collaboration of conservationists, anglers, businesses, and taxpayer advocates committed to recovering Pacific Northwest wild salmon, and the healthy rivers and habitat upon which they depend, including the removal of the 4 Lower Snake River dams.

  • Environment, University of Buffalo [Internet Directory]

  • The Air Management Information System (AMIS/WHO) ... is a programme developed by WHO under the umbrella of the Healthy Cities Program. The objective of AMIS is to act as a global air quality information exchange system by transferring information on air quality management (air quality management instruments used in cities, indoor and ambient air pollutant concentrations, noise levels, health effects, control actions, air quality standards, emission standards, emission inventories, dispersion modelling tools) between countries and cities.

  • German Environmental Policies

  • Green Corps Leadership Training Program for Environmental and Social Change Organizers [From: GreenCorps@aol.com; Date: Sun, 24 Jan 1999] Green Corps is hiring for one-year paid positions in our leadership training program. We are seeking the next generation of environmental and social change leaders: recent college and Masters graduates as well as entry-level non- profit staff who want experience running campaigns and making a concrete difference. Green Corps trains you to run effective public education and action campaigns and helps you launch a career doing work you care about."

  • The Center for Environmental Citizenship
    ... is a national non-partisan 501(c)(3)organization. We were founded by young activists in 1992 to encourage college students to be environmental citizens. CEC is dedicated to educating, training, and organizing a diverse, national network of young leaders to protect the environment.

  • Sierra Club; [http://www.sierraclub.org/] "Sierra Club, founded in 1892 by John Muir, is this country's leading grass-roots conservation organization. Its goal is the exploration, enjoyment and protection of the wild places of the earth."
    • Search [http://www.sierraclub.org/search.html]

  • Greenpeace was conceived in 1971 in Vancouver, Canada to create a green and peaceful world.

  • EnviroLink/EnviroNews

  • National Institute of Environmental Health

  • The Western SAWG [Sustainable Agriculture Working Group]
    "...assists groups working together to promote sustainable agriculture and empowers them to influence change and understanding within the agriculture and food systems consistent with our the principles of sustainable agriculture.... Sustainable agriculture is a process by which people reflect and evaluate the production of agriculture products based on the regenerating capacity of their practices, consistent with the principles of environmental responsibility, economic vitality, and social justice."

  • Welcome to the Northwest Area Committee Home Page. "Our goal is to make available information on pollution response and prevention planning available to fellow pollution response professionals as well as the general public."

    Recycling Guides & Directories:

  • Waste Disposal Site Decision Model "This is a demonstration of an on-line GIS-based spatial decision support system made available to the general public across the Internet. The system focuses on the problem of finding a suitable site for a radioactive waste disposal facility in Britain." (Univ. of Leeds)

  • IIASA - Options - Fall/Winter 1995 - Transboundary Air Pollution From a success with the air pollution model RAINS Europe, the Transboundary Air Pollution Project moves on to RAINS Asia and adds the capacity to model ozone pollution.

  • Conservation International (CI) is a field-based, non-profit organization that protects the Earth's biologically richest areas and helps the people who live there improve their quality of life

  • Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) is a worldwide network of students, teachers, and scientists working together to study and understand the global environment. Students and teachers from over 6,000 schools in more than 70 countries are working with research scientists to learn more about our planet.

  • Ecotrust is a "non-profit organization committed to developing new strategies for conservation in the coastal temperate rain forests of North America by helping local communities build new economies based on protecting their environment."

  • International Noise Awareness Day (League for the Hard of Hearing)

  • The PIRGs: PROTECTING OUR ENVIRONMENT

  • Pacific Northwest, Washington State & Puget Sound
    • Energy Outreach Center ["Dedicated to Creating Sustainable Northwest Communities"] The EOC is a nonprofit organization working to address the root causes of environmental degradation and promote the creation of thriving, sustainable Pacific Northwest communities.
    • Wilburforce Foundation, (1200 Westlake Ave N Suite 414, Seattle).
      The Wilburforce Foundation is a private, philanthropic foundation located in Seattle, Washington, USA. The Foundation awards grants to nonprofit organizations operating within the Pacific Northwest of the U.S. and British Columbia, Canada. Our funding is focused on environmental and human population issues.

    • Business and Industry Resource Venture (BIRV) ["Where Seattle businesses go for FREE resource conservation information, assistance and referrals"] [11/00]

    • Green Works (King County) [The King County Green Works Recognition Program publicizes businesses and organizations that recycle, reduce waste and use recycled products.] [11/00]

    • Puget Sound "How big was the glacier that carved out Puget Sound? What kinds of fish live in Puget Sound? Why does Puget Sound get so much rain? What was life like for the people who first lived around Puget Sound?
      The answers to hundreds of questions about Puget Sound now can be found in the interactive electronic screens of The Sound CD-ROM, sponsored by Washington Sea Grant Program and the Applied Physics Laboratory at the University of Washington."

    • Washington Conservation Corps [2000, Washington Department of Ecology]

    • Seattle Environmental Education Homepage

    • Northwest Environmental News

    • PRISM: Puget Sound Regional Synthesis Model
      "An innovative approach to greater understanding of the Puget Sound environment through research, education, outreach and technology transfer."

    • People for Puget Sound
      .... is a non-profit citizens group dedicated to educating and involving people in protecting and restoring the land and waters of Puget Sound and the Northwest Straits. We seek to eliminate contamination of our waters, to halt the destruction of natural habitats, and to sustain the Sound and Straits as a healthy source of people's livelihood, enjoyment and renewal.

    • Washington Wilderness Coalition. [Sept.1998] [http://www.wawild.org]

    • Northwest Environment Watch
      • The Consequences of a Cup of Coffee by John C. Ryan and Alan Thein Durning; Northwest Environment Watch, Free Press contributors The following article about a Seattleite's typical cup of coffee was condensed and reprinted from the new book Stuff: The Secret Life of Everyday Things.
        John C. Ryan ("doesn't own a car, but he loves french fries and owns 14 pairs of shoes) and Alan Thein Durning (who drinks more coffee than he cares to admit)". DO YOU KNOW YOUR STUFF? (answers are later)

    • Department of Natural Resources, King County, WA (including water pollution, surface water management; other links to King County & Metro)

    • Green River Community College Water/Wastewater online web site [The "W/WW Field of Study"]

    • The Duwamish Coalition has a web site that you might be interested in. We have quite a few interesting reports on cleaning up hazardous waste and encouraging redevelopment in the Duwamish Industrial Area.
    • Internet links for the Puget Sound environmental community [supplied by: Linda Greenway, Environmental Project Consultant, greenway@wolfenet.com, (206)783-6314]
    • Future of Recycling (Task Force Report for State of Washington, 1996)
    • American Lung Association of Washington
      NW Washington Headquarter
      2625 Third Ave.
      Seattle, WA 98121
      (206) 441-5100
      FAX: (206) 441-3277
  • The Guardian [environmental publishing] Bremerton, Wash.

Other Advocacy Groups:

  • 'Troubled ground-Waters Run Deep!' An Environmental Cover-up! [pond.net/~daverio/]
    This Web Expose' is brought to you by A. David Rodriguez. I live just outside Springfield, Oregon, along the McKenzie River. As someone who dedicated many years to construct a fresh water interpretive center known as the Oregon Rivers Museum (ORM), along the McKenzie River in Springfield, and to see that dream for this community destroyed, I am compelled to present these important public issues.

  • Center for Environmental Public Advocacy
    Center for Environmental Public Advocacy (CEPA)
    Ponicka Huta 65
    976 33 Poniky
    Slovak Republic
    Tel/Fax:+421-88-4193324
    Web:hhtp://www.changenet.sk/cepa/ 
    
    
  • EcoFest, Sedona (Arizona)


Industrial (Car) Recycling:

CAR RECYCLING GETS EU GREEN LIGHT PRESS RELEASE, 03 Feb 2000

"We are delighted that MEPs have stood up to industry lobbying and approved this Directive. It sets a European precedent of making companies responsible for their products from the cradle to the grave. This is a very important principle,which should now be applied to electrical goods and other sectors. This will drive new technologies onto the market and will not only help protect the environment,but boost the economy and create jobs."

Car Recycling: Waste Watch Wasteline

As the car population continues to rise it is important that the amount of each 'end-of-life vehicle' (ELV) that is recycled is maximised, so as to reduce its impact on waste generation. However, the greatest environmental impact of motor vehicles arises, not from ELV disposal, but from everyday use (such as fuel consumption and exhaust emmissions, and waste generation from 'in-service' replacement of faulty or worn out parts). The second largest impact arises from vehicle manufacture, and this is rising.

Car Recycling Systems

The CRS line facillitates the dismantling of car wrecks in an industrially and commercially viable manner; the CRS line operates at optimum output, if processing some 10.000 car wrecks every year. At this level, shredder waste becomes a thing of the past, and in adition, the materials removed find their way onto the residues market. Good news for both the operator and the environment.

European Scrap Car Recycling Fight Finally Settled

BRUSSELS, Belgium, July 22, 1999 (ENS) - The battle between European Union governments over who should pay for recycling scrap cars was settled this afternoon with a slight change to the draft end-of-life vehicles law to allow car manufacturers an extra three years before they have to take on full financial responsibility.

Taking Industrial Recycling Into The New Millenium!


Corporate Environmental Pages:


Clippings:

NYC under an asbestos cloud Seattle PI Monday, January 14, 2002 By ANDREW SCHNEIDER, LOUIS POST-DISPATCH

Federal and state officials have grossly underestimated the number of people in lower Manhattan who are at risk of lethal asbestos-related disease because of the collapse of the World Trade Center, independent experts say. When Life depends on it you use asbestos..." (Photo of ad)

Superfund counts successes Seattle Times, December 10, 2000; By Michael Rubinkam [Associated Press]

A 1999 report from the General Accounting Office, Congress' investigative arm, found that Superfund spent $14 billion but had not completed work at 42 percent of the worst sites. A recent study of 150 Superfund sites found the agency typically spent hundreds of millions of dollars per cancer case avoided.

International global-warming campaign in a chill . Seattle Times, Sunday, June 14, 1998, by James Gerstenzang, Los Angeles Times

"BONN - If global warming is proceeding at an extremely slow pace, consider the tempo of the worldwide effort to reverse it: International negotiators here spent much of June arguing about an esoteric - but perhaps aptly termed - matter known as Russian "hot air" and how to define such terms as "deforestation," "reforestation" and "aforestation." ..."

Arco saves millions in Harbor Island cleanup (Seattle Times, Monday, Jan. 5, 1998)

The state Ecology Department's new "risk-based" standard for petroleum cleanup - allowing contamination to remain if it poses no threat to human health or the environment - is saving millions of dollars for Arco.
Los Angeles-based Arco has two tainted sites on Harbor Island at the mouth of the Duwamish River: a 12-acre site on the river's western channel and 6 acres inland. Both are saturated with 60 years' worth of petroleum products,... ..."But for most of the 18 acres, nothing will be done about it,"....

Agreement on global warming reached in Kyoto ; Seattle Times, Thursday, Dec. 11, 1997 by H. Josef Hebert

KYOTO, Japan - The United States and other industrialized countries ended 11 days of contentious haggling at a global-warming conference today by agreeing on a historic pact to control the Earth's "greenhouse" gas emissions. But the pact, approved by delegates from more than 150 nations, immediately was denounced by Republican critics in Congress, who predicted it would never be ratified by the U.S. Senate.

Science: UW professor Edward Miles loves tackling thorny problems that span several disciplines Seattle Times, Tuesday, July 29, 1997, by Diedtra Henderson

"The white board behind Ed Miles distills years of research on global warming into its biggest components: At the hub of a wheel is a black circle representing hydrology/water. Radiating like spokes from that center are black circles representing coastal water quality, urban centers, forests/rangelands, energy generated from water, agriculture and aquatic ecosystems."

Even advocate of using waste in fertilizer wants tighter laws Seattle Times, July 20, 1997 [with links to extensive earlier Special Report ("Fear in the Fields")]


Syllabi:


Literature:

(Environmentally) Noxious Facilities (selected references)

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Beyers and Krumme (1974)

Cumberland, John H., Planning Future Industrial Development in Response to Energy and Environmental Constraints, in: F.E.Ian Hamilton, ed.,Industrial Change: International Experience and Public Policy. London: Longman, 1978, pp.1-10.

Dalton, R.J. (1994) The Green Rainbow: Environmental Groups in Western Europe, (Yale University Press, New Haven).

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Goodland, R. and Edmundson, V. (eds) (1994) Environmental Assessment and Development, (World Bank, Washington DC).

Greenberg, Michael, "Separate and Not Equal: Health-Environmental Risk and Economic-Social Impacts in Remediating Hazardous Waste Sites," in: Majumdar, S.K., et al., eds., Environmental Contaminants and Human Health. The Pennsylvania Academy of Science, 1995. pp. 464-475.

Guldmann, Jean-Michel and Daniel Shefer. Industrial Location and Air Quality Control: A Planning Approach. Wiley (NY), 1980.

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"Effective environmental decision making requires informationon the consequences of alternative designs. ...businesses, consumers and regulators must know the environmental consequences of available materials, designs, manufacturing processes, product use patterns and disposal. Life-cycle assessment (LCA) [...] provide(s) this information. LCA attempts to trace out the major stages and processes involved over the entire life cycle of a product from raw material extraction to ultimate disposal, quantifying environmental burdens at each stage."

Hodge, Ian. Environmental Economics: Individual Incentives and Public Choices. N.Y.: St.Martin's, 1995. (US$ 17.95, paper) [Abstract in JEL June 1996, p.932]

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Johnson, Pierre Marc and Andre Beaulieu. The Environment and NAFTA: Understanding and Implementing the New Continental Law. Island Press, 1996.

Input-Output & the Environment [Lit.]

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Krumme (1983)

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