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21. An Interview with Hans-Peter Becker Managing Director, Wilkhahn UK
The managing director of a German office furniture firm describes how to run a green business. ...
22. Beyond Wood
Most of us don't think of ourselves as paper gluttons, but the average American consumes 681 pounds of the stuff every year, adding up to ...
23. Case Study Of A Garbage Burner: Booby Traps For Politicians
When a local government proposes to solve the garbage crisis by building an incinerator, critics say, (1) it will be far costlier than you're being ...
24. Dioxin and Precaution
Two years ago, in 1997, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) formally concluded that dioxin causes cancer in humans. IARC is a division ...
25. Do Garbage Incinerators Produce Air Pollution Harmful To Humans (Part 2)
Does burning municipal garbage produce air pollution that might harm humans? We know that "mass burn" or "trash to steam" plants produce dioxin. Part of ...
26. Do Garbage Incinerators Produce Air Pollution Harmful To Humans (Part 3)
People concerned about landfills and about 'mass burn' incinerators need to pay close attention to the toxic metal, lead. Many new studies show it is ...
27. Dr. Allen Hershkowitz Waist Deep in Garbage
Dr. Allen Hershkowitz, senior scientist at the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), has spent the last 20 years up to his neck in garbage. The ...
28. Fuel Emissions and Labor Unions
The American Prospect features Natasha Hunter's investigation of the ties between the Teamsters and Bush's energy and fuel emissions policy. ...
29. Hazardous Waste Incinerators
Across the country, citizen groups are fighting the introduction of hazardous waste incinerators into their neighborhoods. Are there good reasons to oppose such an incinerator ...
30. Infant Death Rates Fall After US Nuclear Reactors Close
Infant mortality rates around five US nuclear power reactors dropped almost immediately after the reactors closed, according to a new study released Wednesday on the ...
31. New Study Shows Incinerator Ash More Dangerous Than We Realized
A new study by a team of engineers at Rutgers, the state university of New Jersey, shows that municipal incinerator ash is more dangerous than ...
32. New Technical Study Criticizes Epa's Incinerator Regulations
A new technical paper presented at a recent meeting of the Air Pollution Control Association (but not yet published) strongly criticizes the U.S. Environmental Protection ...
33. Northwest Could Play Major Role Forming Business Solutions to Global Warming
As the threat of global warming looms over our collective horizon, business leaders and policy makers face the daunting task of how to best address ...
34. Oz Farm News
Fast, efficient and comprehensive news and information service on Australian Farming and Regional Communities. Rapid access to over 100 topics on farming, livestock, crops, food, ...
35. Recycling Breakthrough Reported
A breakthrough has occurred in the recycling of household wastes, such that incineration projects will now be very much on the defensive. New evidence shows ...
36. Scientists Study How 'Mass Burn' Incinerators Produce Dioxin (Part 4)
When municipal garbage goes into a "mass burn" incinerator, one of the products that goes out the smokestack (or is trapped by a filter and ...
37. Tapping the Sustainability Market
Ecological sustainability will be a key strategic driver for business over the next two decades ...
38. The Coolest Cars
What do consumers really want in a car -- and what do they really need? An update on Americans, SUV's, and energy. ...
39. The CVX Decision: A Rare Opportunity
In the U.S., many people think nuclear power is dead because it proved to be too expensive and too unmanageable. In this view, the fuel ...
40. The Major Cause of Cancer--Part 1
When Wilhelm Roentgen first discovered X-rays, in 1895, "doctors and physicians saw the practical potential of X-rays at once, and rushed to experiment with them." ...
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