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FROM VOLUME 10, NUMBER 5, MAY 1997

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Item #d97may96

Politicized science and anti-environmental rhetoric are the topics of several recent books or reviews. See new book The Heat is On, and reviews of The Global Warming Debate and Betrayal of Science and Reason in BOOKS AND PROCEEDINGS/GENERAL INTEREST, POLICY AND ECONOMICS, thisGlobal Climate Change Digest issue--May 1997.


Item #d97may97

Canadian trading program: An environmental agenda released by Canada's Liberal Party, which is widely expected to win a June 2 election, includes consideration of emissions trading and other new approaches to contain Canadian greenhouse emissions. (See Intl. Environ. Rptr., p. 470, May 14, 1997, or contact the Liberal Party of Canada, 81 Metcalfe St., S. 400, Ottawa ON K1P 6M8 (tel: 613 237 0740; WWW: http://www.liberal.ca).


Item #d97may98

Electric power deregulation is coming to the U.S., but uncertainty over effects on rates and the environment adds to the problem of how to achieve it. (See Chem. Eng. News, pp. 19-21, Mar. 31, 1997.)

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