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  November/December 1997 Features:
Child's Plague
Class Acts
Into the Outdoors
A Planet Unfree
 
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Letters
Field Guide
Ways & Means
Food for Thought
Way to Go
Hearth & Home
Lay of the Land
Sierra Club Bulletin
Natural Resources
Last Words
 

Sierra Magazine
November/December 1997

Features: The Next Generation

Child's Plague
Cancer, asthma, birth defects, aggression - is pollution making kids sick?
by Dianne Dumanoski

Class Acts
Tomorrow's leaders are off to an early start because they have no time to lose.
by B. J. Bergman and Tracy Baxter

Into the Outdoors
From the inner city to the outer limits: kids, meet the wilderness.
by Tracy Baxter

A Planet Unfree
You can't save the world without liberating its people.
by Aaron Sachs


Departments

Letters

Field Guide
Kid stuff

Ways & Means
Schoolyard bullies by Carl Pope

Way to Go
The Heart of Texas by Bruce Selcraig

Food for Thought
Good-bye, mystery meat by Paul Rauber

Hearth & Home
Baby talk by Stephanie Hamilton

Lay of the Land
Feel-good forestry
Species surprise
What nature's worth

Sierra Club Bulletin
Clean-air victory
Home Front

Natural Resources
Books, Videos, Websites

Last Words
Jim Hightower, Lois Gibbs, & David Orr on environmental education


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