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Saline Solutions : The Quest for Fresh Water

By: Christopher G. Reuther
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Harmful Farming the Effects of Industrial Agriculture

By: United Nations
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Guest Editorial Breast Milk : An Optimal Food

By: Jenny Pronczuk
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The Oecd Program to Validate the Rat Uterotrophic Bioassay. Phase 2 : Doseresponse Studies

By: Lesley Onyon

...ina, USA; 4 Syngenta Central Toxicology Laboratory, Macclesfield, Cheshire, United Kingdom; 5 BASF Aktiengesellschaft, Ludwigshafen, Germany; 6 Procte... ..., Japan; Sumitomo Chemical Company, Japan; Syngenta Toxicology Laboratory, United Kingdom; TNO, the Netherlands; WIL Research Laboratories, United Sta... ...CIT, France; Aventis Crop Science, France; Exxon Biomedical Sciences Inc., United States; National Institute of Toxicological Research, Korea; Researc...

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Land Use the Slippery Slope of Ski Expansion

By: Florence Nightingale

...c health officials, tobacco control experts, and activists from 21 African nations gathered in Nairobi, Kenya, to share information on how best to con... ... the manu- factured cigarette trade is available from only half of African nations. Attendees also called for enactment of comprehen- sive legislation... ...llutant release and transfer registers, tools that have been in use in the United States for over a decade, during which time emissions reported by co... ...13 The Beat edited by Erin E. Dooley SMOKING UN Takes Aim at Small Arms A United Nations (UN) recommendation for a reference manual detailing methods... ...Beat edited by Erin E. Dooley SMOKING UN Takes Aim at Small Arms A United Nations (UN) recommendation for a reference manual detailing methods for de... ...ning items. Waste Glut Grows A report on material flows in industrialized nations announces that waste and pollution output in the United States, Jap... ...in industrialized nations announces that waste and pollution output in the United States, Japan, Germany, The Netherlands, and Austria has increased b... ...te, which provides up-to-the-moment information on ozone levels across the United States. –Lindsey A. Greene EnviRN Per Capita Trash Output for Five N... ... United States. –Lindsey A. Greene EnviRN Per Capita Trash Output for Five Nations Source: Matthews E, et al. Weight of nations: material outflows fro...

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Precautionary Tools for Reshaping Environmental Policy

By: Nancy J. Myers
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Coarse Particles and Dust Storm Mortality

By: David T. Mage

...Zeneca Central Toxicology Laboratory Alderley Park, Macclesfield Cheshire, United Kingdom E-mail: John.Ashby@ctl.zeneca.com REFERENCES AND NOTES 1. Th...

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Analysis of Control Methods : Mercury and Cadmium Pollution

By: Alan Macgregor
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The Emerging Role of Benefit-Cost Analysis in the Regulatory Process at Epa

By: Ralph A. Luken
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Guest Editorial Reinventing the Wheels

By: Amory B. Lovins

...and magnesium, whose cost is barely justified to save gasoline that in the United States costs less than bottled water, and because they thought light... ...r from Shanghai Automotive? Maybe as little as a decade. The issue for the United States is only whether to import efficient cars to replace foreign o... ... and security concerns reinforce the already- strong economic case for the United States—and others—to stop using oil altogether. Traditionally, this ...

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Hazardous Solid Waste from Agriculture

By: Raymond C. Loehr
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Guest Editorial: Take Heedif Not Now, When?

By: Gerald T. Keusch
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Acceptability of Human Risk

By: Roger E. Kasperson
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The Oecd Program to Validate the Rat Uterotrophic Bioassay. Phase 2 : Coded Single-Dose Studies

By: Jun Kanno

...ina, USA; 4 Syngenta Central Toxicology Laboratory, Macclesfield, Cheshire, United Kingdom; 5 BASF Aktiengesellschaft, Ludwigshafen, Germany; 6 The Pr... ...eated with DBP. Discussion and Conclusions The OECD is composed of over 20 nations, and OECD protocols such as the uterotrophic bioassay are intended ... ...uch as the uterotrophic bioassay are intended for use in all of the member nations. As such, this validation study was carried out in 21 laboratories ... ... As such, this validation study was carried out in 21 laboratories in nine nations. Funding for the study came primarily from national regulatory agen... ...y and easily practice the uterotrophic bioassay in many of the OECD member nations, where the intended purpose is as a rapid screening bioassay for a ... ... Sumitomo Chemical Company, Japan; Syngenta Central Toxicology Laboratory, United Kingdom; WIL Research Laboratories, United States; BASF, Germany; Ba... ...G, Germany; Aventis Crop Sciences, France; Exxon Biomedical Sciences Inc., United States; Free University of Berlin, Germany; National Institute of To... ...onal Institute of Toxicological Research, Korea; Huntingdon Life Sciences, United Kingdom; Institute of Food Safety and Toxicology, Denmark; Research ...

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The Oecd Program to Validate the Rat Uterotrophic Bioassay to Screen Compounds for in Vivo Estrogenic Responses : Phase 1

By: Jun Kanno

...ratories from Denmark, France, Germany, Japan, Korea, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and the United States participated in phase 1. Sixteen labo... ...the United States participated in phase 1. Sixteen laboratories from seven nations per- formed protocol A, 12 laboratories from six nations performed ... ...ries from six nations performed protocol B, nine labora- tories from three nations performed protocol C, and four laboratories from one nation perform...

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Background Information on High Voltage Fields

By: David E. Janes
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Flu Vaccine Production Gets a Shot in the Arm

By: Ernie Hood

... ward off or minimize infection. Massive efforts are under way both in the United States and internationally to respond should an avian flu pandemic o...

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Driving up the Cost of Clean Air

By: David C. Holzman

...f the U.S. burden. Each year, car- and truck- related congestion costs the United States $63 billion in lost time and wasted fuel, according to the Te... ... not determine policy. A number of strategies have been sug- gested in the United States to reduce the problems created by automotive trans- portation... ...ak of $2.94/gallon in 1981. According to the NAS report, without CAFE, the United States would be burning an additional 2.8 million barrels per day—eq...

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Fresh Ideas For

By: W. Conard Holton

...nocytogenes has been a pathogen of particular public health concern in the United States. Each year, the bacterium causes a high death rate for the nu... ...oducts, and softened cheeses. Of the 55 food product recalls logged in the United States in 1999, 25 resulted from L. monocytogenes contamination. Lis...

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Is Public Support for Environmental Protection Decreasing an Analysis of U. S. And New Jersey Data

By: Michael R. Greenberg

...viron- mental science (Mowrey and Redmond 1993). A lot has happened in the United States since 1970, especially since 2001. The unprece- dented econom... ...ams and trends, I consider New Jersey to be a sentinel for the rest of the United States. Along with California, Florida, Maryland, Massachusetts, Min... ...s environmental pro- grams have been considered among the strongest in the United States (Conservation Foundation 1984; Duerksen 1983; Greenberg et al... ..., a) the state is the most the most affluent and the most urbanized in the United States, so people cannot easily move away from pollution; b) New Jer... ...erg and Amer 1989). Moreover, the New Jersey economy, like many across the United States, has slowed since 2001, and a multibillion dollar state budge...

...Excerpt: Telephone surveys made of 800?1,000 randomly selected residents of the United States and New Jersey in 2003 show a sharp decline in support for antipollution regulations, although pollution remains a major concern. This drop in support is associated with slowing of the economy, fear of terrorism...

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