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16 EPA J. 1 (1990)

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Environmental Protection

Office of
Communications and
Public Affairs

Volume 16, Number 1
January/February 1990

William K. Reilly, Administrator
Lew Crampton, Associate Administrator for
Communications and Public Affairs
Leighton Price, Editorial Director
John Heritage, Editor
Karen Flagstad, Assistant Editor
Jack Lewis, Assistant Editor
Ruth Barker, Assistant Editor
Marilyn Rogers, Circulation Manager

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.
EPA Journal is published by the
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. No
permission necessary to reproduce
contents except copyrighted photos
and other materials.
Contributions and inquiries
should be addressed to the Editor,
EPA Journal (A-107), Waterside
Mall, 401 M Street, SW.,
Washington, DC 20460.

What I Believe About the
by President George Bush 2
Pollution Prevention: An
Environmental Goal for the
by William K. Reilly
The Spirit of the First Earth
by Jack Lewis
The Legacy of Earth Day
by Gaylord Nelson
Looking Back; Looking
by William D.

-The Council on
Environmental Quality
by Russell E. Train  -0.
-The Clean Air Act of
by Paul G. Rogers
-Earth Day: One View
by Denis Hayes
-Earth Day: Another View
by Edward W. Furia  -/
The Stars Take on the
Environmental Crisis
by Roy Popkin ?-
The Changing Agenda:
-Re-Inventing the
by John S. Hoffman and
Robert Kwartin C
-Preventing Industry
by Joel S. Hirschhorn

Thinking About Our
Environmental Future
by Anne and Paul
Cleaning Up the Auto: A
Rough Ride
by Jerald F. terHorst i
The Greens of Europe:
A New Environmentalism
by Konrad von Moltke -; ,
Do the Greens Have a Future
by John Rensenbrink
A Perspective from Another
Country: The Soviet Task
by Alexei Yablokov

Front Cover: Earth Day 1970: A
scene in Washington, DC. Photo by
Dennis Brack, Block Star.
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