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Title Pollution / James Haley, book editor.

Publication Info. San Diego : Greenhaven Press, [2003]


Location Pub Note Copy No. Status
 Alleman HS Stacks - ALLG-6  363.73 POL    AVAILABLE
 Freeport PL Adult Non-Fiction - FPLY-13  363.73 POL    AVAILABLE
 Galena SD 120 - HS LRC Stacks - GLLY-13  363.73 POL    AVAILABLE
 Homer Twp PL - Main Adult Non-Fiction - HDBB-1  363.73 POL    AVAILABLE
 Joliet Twp HS SD 204 - West Campus Adult Non-Fiction - JWHB-1  333.9273875 HALEY    AVAILABLE
 Polo CUSD 222 - Polo Community HS Stacks - PSLY-14  363.73 Pol    AVAILABLE
Description 222 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Series Current controversies
Current controversies.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 210-214) and index.
Contents Air pollution threatens human health / Pamela Meyer ... [et al.] -- Factory farming is polluting the water supply / Andrew Nikiforuk -- Coal-fired power plants create harmful emissions / the Sierra Club -- Chlorofluorocarbons are destroying the ozone layer / Linda Baker -- Automobiles cause air pollution / the American Council for an Energy-efficient Economy -- Air quality has improved / the Environmental Protection Agency -- Factory farming is not polluting the water supply / Dave Juday -- New coal-burning technology is less polluting / Robert S. Kripowicz -- Air pollution from automobiles has been reduced / Joseph L. Bast and Jay Lehr -- Corporations are reckless polluters / Russell Mokhiber -- Corporations are engaging in phony environmentalism / Richard Gilpin and Ali Dale -- Oil companies are harmful polluters / Essential Action and Global Exchange -- Businesses have reduced pollution / Lyn Scarlett and Jane S. Shaw -- U.S. factories in Mexico are reducing pollution / the Environmental Protection Agency -- Oil companies are protecting the environment / the American Petroleum Institute -- Regulation and the environment : an overview / Mary H. Cooper -- The Superfund hazardous waste program is effective / the Environmental Protection Agency -- Mandatory pollution regulations are effective / by Peter K. Krahn -- Clean water regulations should be strengethened / by Stephen B. Lovejoy and Jeffrey Hyde -- Clean air regulations protect public health / by Carol Browner -- The Superfund hazardous waste program is ineffective / by Wayne T. Brough -- Clean water regulations are ineffective / by Richard A. Halpern -- Clean air regulations are ineffective / by Richard L. Stroup -- Recycling is a cost-effective means to reduce pollution / by Richard A. Denison and John F. Ruston -- Recycled materials produce less pollution / by Allen Hershkowitz -- Efficient recycling programs can reduce waste / by Brenda Platt and Neil Seldman -- Recycling programs are unprofitable and unnecessary / by Christopher Douglass -- Mandatory recycling can waste resources / by Alexander Volokh and Lynn Scarlett -- Recycling does not reduce waste / by Peter Werbe.
Subject Air -- Pollution.
Water -- Pollution.
Factory and trade waste -- Environmental aspects.
Recycling (Waste, etc.)
Environmental law.
Added Author Haley, James, 1968-
ISBN 0737711884
0737711876 paperback

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