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"Blowing Hot and Cold." The Economist, July 6, 2002.

"Bureaucrats and Bikes - Bicycles in Beijing."
The Economist, August 2, 2002.

"Flying Blind." The Economist, July 6, 2002.

"Green Davis—California vs. Greenhouse Gases."
The Economist, July 27, 2002.

"Hold Your Breath Suckers—Will the Fish Beat the Farmers?"
The Economist, February 9, 2002.

"Insuring a Brighter Future." The Economist, July 6, 2002.

"Local Difficulties." The Economist, July 6, 2002.

"Promoting the Nobel Cause of Commerce."
The Economist, August 3, 2002.

"The Great Race." The Economist, July 6, 2002.

"The Invincible Green Hand." The Economist, July 6, 2002.

"Troubled Waters—Development vs. Environment in Ecuador."
The Economist, July 13, 2002.

"Waste of Time—Recycling Recycled." The Economist, July 6, 2002.

"Working Miracles." The Economist, July 6, 2002.

Corliss, Richard. "Should We All Be Vegetarians?"
Time Magazine, July 15, 2002.

Goldstein, Andrew, and Cooper, Matthew.
"How Green is the White House?" Time Magazine, April 29, 2002.

Hayden, Thomas. "Deep Trouble." U.S. News & World Report,
September 10, 2001.

Isikoff, Michael. "A Plot to Foil the Greens."
Newsweek, June 04, 2001.

Lavelle, Marianne. "If There's Trouble at the Tap."
U.S. News & World Report, August 12, 2002.

Lavelle, Marianne; Kurlantzick, Joshua, and D'Addio, David.
"The Coming Water Crisis." U.S. News & World Report,
August 12, 2002.

Leo, John. "An Unnatural Stand: Why Don't Conservatives
Care About Saving the Planet?" U.S. News & World Report,
April 9, 2001.

Levine, Samantha. "Getting that Clean Thing 'Yes' to Air-quality Rules."
U.S. News & World Report, March 12, 2001.

Marnett, Megan. "Marketing a Stink." U.S. News & World Report,
August 8, 2002.

McCarthy, F.T. "Muck-spreaders: Greenbacks in Brownfields."
The Economist, April 21, 2001.

Satchell, Michael; Moscou, Jim, and Karaim, Reed. "The Long, Hot Summer." U.S. News & World Report, July 8, 2002.

Stein, Lisa. "Waste . . . Want Not." U.S. News & World Report,
July 22, 2002.

Thigpen, David E. "The Fight over Big Muddy's Flow."
Time Magazine, July 8, 2002.

Thompson, Dick. "Will Bush Turn Green?" Time Magazine,
March 12, 2001.



Andryszewski, Tricia. The Environment and the Economy:
Planting the Seeds for Tomorrow's Growth
Brookfield, Conn.: Millbrook Press, c1995.

Arneson, D.J. Toxic Cops. New York: Watts, 1991.

Eleff, Robert M. Unfulfilled Promise:
Twenty Years of the Minnesota Environmental Policy Act: A
Program for Reform.
St. Paul, Minn.:
Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy, 1994.

Helland, John. Environment and Natural Resources:
Trustfund Revenue as Proposed Minnesota Constitutional
St. Paul, MN: Research Dept.,
Minnesota House of Representatives, 1998.

Silverstein, Michael. The Environmental Economic Revolution:
How Business Will Thrive and the Earth Survive in
Years to Come.
New York: St. Martin's Press, 1993.

Web Sites

Academic information on many topics. Search for environment.

The Department of Energy is a gateway portal, providing links to energy content on health, home, transportation, schools, business, community, and global energy needs.

Environmental Defense is a national nonprofit organization that links science, economics and law to create solutions to environmental problems."

The EPA works with federal agencies, governments and Native American tribes to create and enforce environmental laws.

Fdration Internationale des Socits d'Ingnieurs des Techniques de l'Automobile (FISITA) is an independent world body representing automotive engineers to help create efficient and sustainable automotive transportation.

Greenpeace is a nonprofit organization, with a presence in 40 countries across Europe, the Americas, Asia and the Pacific.

National Public Radio's Morning Edition broadcast "Spinning the Environment: Bush Calls His Policy Effective, Activists Call it Disastrous" by John Nielsen on July 29, 2002. This page includes Web resources on environmental policy.

Public Agenda Online provides a forum for debate on key issues, including the environment. The site frames each subject area and provides different perspectives to analyze the issues.

Sierra Club is an environmental organization; try searching for politics or economic information.

The University of Minnesota: Statistics and Government Publications.
A page with links to useful publications. Search for statistics and environment.

Water Environment Federation:
An international nonprofit educational and technical organization.


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