September/October 2000

Publication date:
September 2000

September/October 2000

  1. Investing in a cleaner future
  2. Get 'Motorvated'
  3. India and UK team up to study climate change
  4. Tough new controls on ozone depleting substances
  5. 'Waterways for tomorrow': A new lease of life for inland waterways
  6. New targets for recycling packaging
  7. Tough measures for poor waste sites
  8. Major steps taken to protect wildlife
  9. Government help for the countryside
  10. Greater protection for rare birds
  11. Assessing the environmental risks of GM technology: a cost/benefit analysis - Guy M. Poppy
  12. Crisis of the motorised economy - Dr Derek Hall
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