Eco-Watch Index: 1992

Eco-Watch Readers Forum:
"Impacts of Persian Gulf Oil Fires"(1/24/91)
Various contributors
1/2/92
"Science Challenges of New Perspectives"
Winifred B. Kessler, US Forest Service, Washington Office
1/2/92
"The Last Hurrah!"
Bill Morden, Idaho Pan Handle National Forests
1/7/92
"New Perspective and Old Notions"
Jerry Greer, Wayne-Hoosier National Forests, Indiana;
William J. Barton, President of Society of American Foresters (SAF)
1/8/92
"Conservation and Change"
Russell Sadler
1/13/92
"Tree Troubles: A Global Climate Change for Foresters"
V. Alaric Sample, VP for Research, American Forestry Association
1/17/92
"Native Cultures and the Formation of the North American Environmental Ethic"
Joseph Bruchac
1/23/92
"The Other Side of the Coin: A brief Concept of 'Advocacy Research'"
Ronald Galdabini, Alaska Region, US Forest Service
1/27/92
"Eco-Watch Readers Forum:
The Other Side of the Coin (1/27/92)"
Various contributors
1/30/92
"The Misplaced Search for Objectivity in Resource Management"
Helmet Gieben, Washington Office, US Forest Service
2/3/92
"The Fragmented Forest (Service)"
W. Dean Carrier
2/5/92
"Interrelated Ecosystems and Adaptive Management"
Dave Iverson, Intermountain Region US Forest Service
2/6/92
"Book Review: Caring for the Earth: A Strategy for Sustainable Living"
Tim Foss, Wenatchee National Forest, Oregon
2/10/92
"The Not-So-Fragmented Forest Service"
Ralph Winkler, Hiawatha National Forest, Michigan
2/12/92
"Rationing the Right to Pollute"
Donella Meadows (from Annals of the Earth, Summer 1991)
2/14/92
"Unhappy Birthday (US Park Service)"
Alston Chase (from Outside Dec 1991)
2/19/92
"Putting Words in His Mouth: Chief Seattle's Speech"
Jack Hart (from Oregonian, 2/9/92)
2/21/92
"Land Circle: Lessons"
Linda Hasselstrom (from Land Circle)
3/2/92
"Some Thoughts on the Recent Chief Seattle Episode"
Joseph Colwell, Dixie National Forest, Utah
3/5/92
"Eco-Watch Readers Forum:
"Land Ethic Articles" (3/2/92), (3/5/92)
Various contributors
3/13/92
"Striding into Elephant Country"
Jim Caplan, Bridger-Teton National Forest, Wyoming
3/19/92
"The Revision of History (Or Was Pinchot a Timber Industry Lackey?) "
Excerpts from Pinchot's USE BOOK
by Ron Galdabini, Alaska Region USFS
3/24/92
"Summary: Protecting Integrity and Ethic Conference"
Notes by Ann Matejko, Washington Office US Forest Service
3/30/92
"Scientists Do Battle with Their Bosses"
Scott Sonner (Associated Press News Release)
4/8/92
"Rule Changes Unappealing to Some"
"A New Awful Idea from the Forest Service" Glen Martin (from San Francisco Chronicle 4/7/92)
"Unappealing Changes" (from the Oregonian 3/27/92)
4/9/92
"Our Village of 1000"
Guy Maynard (from GEO INFO SYSTEMS, Feb 1992)
4/20/92
"Economism or Planetism: The Coming Choice"
John Cobb, Jr. (from Earth Ethics, Fall 1991)
4/27/92
"Whooo Cares?"
Rob Taylor (from Government Executive, May 1992)
5/27/92
"Of Toxic Racism and Environmental Justice"
Karl Grossman (from E Magazine, May/June 1992)
6/1/92
"The Fungus Among Us: What Kind of Ecosystems Do We Protect?"
Michael Schrage (from Washington Post 5/22/92)
6/3/92
"Environmental Values #2"
Compiled by Dave Iverson, Intermountain Region US Forest Service
6/6/92
"Yellowstone Ecosystem: Win-Win Solution"
Josehp Alper (from Science 6/17/92)
6/8/92
"The Question Rio Forgets"
(From The Economist 5/30/92)
6/11/92
"Eco-Watch Readers Forum:
"Environmental Racism" (6/1), "Yellowstone Ecosystem: Win-Win" (6/8), "The Question Rio Forgets" (6/11)
Various contributors
6/15/92
"Environmental Values: A First Look at a New Journal"
Compiled by Dave Iverson, Intermountain Region US Forest Service
6/17/92
"Making Things Happen in Rio"
Thomas Lovejoy (from Time 6/8/92)
6/24/92
"Eco-Watch Readers Forum:
"Human Population Growth and the Environment", "Earth Summit and Women's Rights", "Current State of affairs"
Various contributors
7/9/92
"From Empty-World to Full-World Economics"
Herman E. Daly (from TOES/Americas, Spring '92)
7/14/92
"Short-Takes on Forests and Global Warming"
Dave Iverson, Intermountain Region US Forest Service
7/29/92
"Book Review: Earth in the Balance: Ecology and the Human Spirit"
(from The Futurist July/Aug '92)
7/30/92
"Environmentalism in the 1990's"
compiled by Beverly Carroll, Washington Office, US Forest Service
8/6/92
"Eco-Watch Readers Forum:
"Short-Takes on Forests and Global Warming" (7/29), "Earth in the Balance" (7/30)
Various contributors
8/7/92
"There is No Such Thing as an Ecosystem"
Paul Strong, Chippewa National Forest, Minnesota
8/10/92
"Limits to Growth: The Debate Continues"
Dave Iverson, Intermountain Region US Forest Service
8/13/92
"Leopold: An Environmentalist as Forester"
Susan Flader (from American Forests, Oct. 1991)
8/18/92
"Do Ecosystems Need to be Managed?"
Paul Strong, Chippewa National Forest, Minnesota
8/20/92
"Eco-Watch Readers Forum:
"No Such Thing as an Ecosystem (8/10), "Earth in the Balance" (8/7, 7/30), "Discounting the Future" (8/7), "Limits to Growth" (8/13), "Leopold" (8/18)
Various contributors
8/24/92
"Touchstones for Ecosystem Management"
Rai Behnert, Alaska Region US Forest Service
8/26/92
"Environmental Responsibility Makes Good Business Sense"
(Adapted from John Javna's "Environmentally Sound Behavior", Earthworks)
8/27/92
"Eco-Watch Readers Forum:
"Touchstones" (8/26), "Environmental Responsibility Makes Good Business Sense" (8/28), "Earth in the Balance" (7/30), and more.
Various contributors
9/1/92
"One Life at a Time, Please"
Excerpts from Edward Abbey's book
9/5/92
"A Natural Myth"
Daniel Botkin (from Nature Conservancy, May/June 92)
9/10/92
"Short-take on NIMBYism"
Dave Iverson, Intermountain Region US Forest Service
9/17/92
"Eco-Watch Readers Forum:
"Environmentally Responsible Econ." (8/28) "A Natural Myth (9/10), "Short-Take on NIMBYism" (9/17), "One Life at a Time, Please" (9/5)
Various contributors
9/21/92
"Changing Perspectives in the American West"
Vess Quinlan (from Colorado Plateau Advocate, Summer 1992)
9/24/92
"Where the Wild Things Are"
Teresa Opheim (from Utne Reader, Sept/Oct 1992)
9/29/92
"Changing Management For Changing Times"
Jack Southworth (from HRM Newsletter, Spring 1991)
10/6/92
"Leaving: Farewell from a Combat Biologist"
Bruce Hollen, Mt. Hood National Forest, Oregon
10/8/92
"Building Quality into National Forest Management"
Dave Iverson, Intermountain Region US Forest Service
10/14/92
"Eco-Watch Readers Forum:
"Where the Wild Things Are" (9/29), "A Natural Myth" (9/10), "Changing Management for Changing Times" (10/6), "Leaving" (10/8), "Quality Ecosystem Management"(10/14), Population Issues
Various contributors
10/20/92
"Book Review: Gender Bias: Roadblock to Sustainable Development by Jodi L. Jacobson"
Betsy Rickards, Intermountain Region US Forest Service
11/2/92
"The Ecosystem Approach to Forestland Management"
J. Stan Rowe (from The Forestry Chronicle, April 1992)
11/4/92
"Environmental Policy: Botanists Sue Forest Service over Biodiversity"
(from Science, 9/18/92)
11/10/92
"Eco-Watch Readers Forum:
"Ecosystem Approach" (11/4), "Gender Bias" (11/2), "Quality Ecosystem Management (10/14), and more
Various contributors
11/12/92
"The Most Overpopulated Nation"
Paul R. and Anne H. Ehrlich (from Clearhouse Bulletin, Oct 1992)
11/16/92
"Brazilians Think Replanting Belguim Good Idea"
(adapted from The Economist 9/19/92)
11/19/92
"Response to: The Most Overpopulated Nation"
Doug MacCleery, Washington Office US Forest Service
11/20/92
"Eco-Watch Readers Forum:
"Eco Watch Tidbit from Zane Cornett", "Brazilians Think..." (11/19), "Ecosystems Approach (11/4), "The Most Overpopulated Nation (11/16),"Response: Most Overpopulated Nation" (11/20), Gender Bias (11/2)
Various contributors
11/24/92
"Earth in the Balance"
Excerpts from Senator Al Gore's book
11/27/92
"Environmentalist Calls Economic Focus Outdated"
Casey Bukro (from the Ogden, UT Standard-Examiner 11/23/92)
12/8/92
"Eco-Watch Readers Forum:
"Feedback on Readers Forum (11/24), "Economic Focus Outdated" (12/8), "Earth in the Balance excepts (11/27), Ecosystem Management Generally, Population Dynamics and Policies, "Gender Bias (11/2)
Various contributors
12/11/92
"Seasons Greetings"
Zane Cornett, Alaska Region US Forest Service
Jim Giltmier, Pinchot Institute, Washington D.C.
12/21/92

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