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The Amicus Journal back issues
Flight of Kings.(protection of monarch butterflies)(Brief Article)
June 22, 2001... * Monarch butterflies. In "Flight of Kings," Summer 2000, Homero Aridjis wrote about the crusade to keep illegal logging operations out of the Mexican sanctuaries where monarch butterflies spend the winter. In April, Mexico's environmental agency pledged new protection measures. The agency...
O Pioneer: John B. Oakes, 1913-2001.(environmentally conscious editor)(Brief Article)
June 22, 2001... The coastal plain of the [Arctic National Wildlife Refuge]--the part coveted by [oil] developers--is the only segment of Alaska's 1,100-mile north coast still fully protected. It is the essential calving ground of North America's largest herd of migratory caribou, on which the natives are...
June 22, 2001... In "A Grid Upon the Earth" (Spring 2001) the image labeled Harlan County, Kansas, is in fact in Harlan County, Nebraska. An image labeled Paint Pot Geyser is Yellowstone's Grand Prismatic Spring. Amicus regrets the errors.
June 22, 2001... Just like we said The Amicus Journal's spring edition was certainly prophetic. Its arrival coincided with the announcement that President Bush would not follow through with his campaign promise to place limitations on carbon dioxide emissions. That he reneged on this promise may be a...
The View from NRDC.(Natural Resources Defense Council)(Brief Article)
June 22, 2001... The Administration Goes Hard-line AT THE END OF APRIL, when Vice President Dick Cheney was wrapping up his national energy policy; NRDC filed a Freedom of Information Act request with the Department of Energy. Who, we asked, is shaping the nation's energy plan? We knew that one of...