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A Guide to Information on Greenhouse Gases and Ozone Depletion
Published July 1988 through June 1999

FROM VOLUME 2, NUMBER 10, OCTOBER 1989

NEWSLETTERS


Item #d89oct16

EarthQuest. Issued quarterly by the Office of Interdisciplinary Earth Sciences (OIES) of the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research. Contains research program overviews, profiles of participating university programs, report summaries and a calendar. The special Spring 1989 issue (44 pp.) has 15 articles on global change and public policy; Summer 1989 (16 pp.) focuses on interdisciplinary polar research. Available at no charge from OIES, UCAR, POB 3000, Boulder CO 80307 (303-497-1683).


Item #d89oct17

The Brundtland Bulletin is a publication of the Centre for Our Common Future (Palais Wilson, 52, rue des Pâquis, CH-1201 Geneva, Switz.; tel: (022) 732 71 17). The Centre promotes the goals of global sustainable development put forth recently by the Our Common Future report of the United Nation's World Commission on Environment and Development, under the guidance of Norwegian Prime Minister Gro Harlem Brundtland. It coordinates activities of what the Centre refers to as the "Brundtland constituency:" the United Nations system, governments and intergovernmental associations, nongovernmental associations, media, youth, industry and trade unions, and academic and financial institutions. The 100-page July 1989 issue of the Bulletin summarizes activities of over 100 of these constituency members, as well as activities coordinated by the Centre itself. These include a 70-country satellite broadcast in June involving world leaders and entertainers to promote the sustainable development theme. About 20 pages begin a series of profiles of constituency organizations, and a 10-page calendar lists upcoming conferences.


Item #d89oct18

Interaction is published several times a year by the Global Tomorrow Coalition (1325 G St. NW, S. 915, Washington DC 20005; 202-628-4016), an organization dedicated to fostering sustainable development. GTC is organizing Globescope Pacific, the first major U.S. forum addressing the Our Common Future report of the Brundtland Commission.


Item #d89oct19

Atmószfera, a new quarterly newsletter started this summer in Hungary by the National Meteorological Service and the Ministry for Environment and Water Management, covers potential climate change, climate variability, atmospheric pollution and related ecological and economic impacts. Written in Hungarian, with an English-language special section on climate variability and change, it is aimed at decision makers in the fields of meteorology, hydrology, environmental and energy management, and agriculture. The editors are Z. Iványi, T. Farago and J. Zákonyi, POB 38, H-1525, Budapest, Hungary.

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