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11 EPA J. 1 (1985)

handle is hein.journals/epajrnl11 and id is 1 raw text is: United States
Environmental Protection
Agency

Office of
Public Affairs (A-107)
Washington DC 20460

Volume 11
Number 1
January/February 1985

SEPA JOURNAL
Lee M. Thomas, Acting Administrator
Josephine S. Cooper, Assistant Administrator for External Affairs
Jean Statler, Director, Office of Public Affairs
John Heritage, Editor
Susan Tejada, Associate Editor
Jack Lewis, Assistant Editor

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EPA is charged by Congress to
'protect the nation's land, air, and
water systems. Under a mandate of
(;national environmental laws, the
agency strives to formulate and
,.implement actions which lead to a
compatible balance between human
activities and the ability of natural
systems to support and nurture life.
The EPA Journal is published by
fhe U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency. The Administrator of EPA
-has determined that the publication
of this periodical is necessary in the
,transaction of the public business
required by law of this agency. Use
of funds for printing this periodical
has been approved by the Director
of the Office of Management and
Budget, Views expressed by
authors do not necessarily reflect
EPA policy. Contributions and
inquiries should be addressed to the
Editor (A-107), Waterside Mall, 401
M St., S.W., Washington, D.C.
20460. No permission necessary to
'~reproduce contents except
copyrighted photos and other
1materials.

A Perspective on
World Environmental
Problems
by Russell E. Train 2
Thinking Globally
at EPA
by Fitzhugh Green
The Aftermath
of Bhopal
An Interview
with Jack W. McGraw
Does Industry Have a
Global Environmental
Conscience?
by Robert 0. Anderson
Industrial Flight:
Myth or Reality?
by H. Jeffrey Leonard

Front cover: Photograph of the
earth, taken from space on the
Apollo 10 flight. NASA photo.

Is It Safe to Sell
Banned Pesticides
Overseas?
Two Views
EPA and China
Seek Environmental
Answers Together
by Gary R. Waxmonsky P4,
A Weather Report
for the Future
by Walter 0. Roberts
Why Every Species
Counts
by Peter H. Raven
Environmental Issues
Facing the 99th Congress
by Lloyd Bentsen
An Enforcement
Status Report
by Courtney M. Price
Design Credits. Robert Flanagan;
Ron Farrah.

EPA Diary: A Day in
the Life of a
Criminal Investigator
by Susan Tejada 25
Asbestos in Schools:
One State's Answer
by Jack Lewis
Regional Report:
Destroying Dioxin with
EPA's Mobile Incinerator
by Rowena Michaels 29
Update: Recent
Agency Developments I
Appointments at EPA

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