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6 EPA J. 1 (1980)

handle is hein.journals/epajrnl6 and id is 1 raw text is: United States
Environmental Protection
Agency

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

Volume 6
Number 1
January 1 980

' &EPA JOURNAL
Douglas M. Costle, Administrator
Joan Martin Nicholson, Director, Office of Public Awareness
Charles D. Pierce, Editor
Truman Temple, Associate Editor
John Heritage, Chris Perham, Assistant Editors
Articles

EPA is charged by Congress to
protect the Nation's land, air and
water systems. Under a mandate
of national environmental laws
focused on air and water quali
ty, solid waste management and
the control of toxic substances,
pesticides, noise and radiation,
the Agency strives to formulate
and implement actions which
lead to a compatible balance be-
tween human activities and the
ability of natural systems to sup-
port and nurture life.

Progress and
Challenges     2
EPA Administrator Costle
assesses environmental cleanup
efforts.
A New Technology 7
EPA Deputy Administrator Blum
states future environmental
tasks.
The Global
Environment      9
Worldwide environmental tasks,
by Dr. M. K. Tolba, executive
director of the U.N. Environ-
ment Program.
Steel Cleanup 12
EPA-steel industry agreements,
by an Agency enforcement
official, Richard Wilson.
Charlie Brown and
Clean Air 15
Cartoon characters dramatize
cleanup benefits.

Toward a Cleaner
Environment 16
A look at cleanup progress.
The New Decade 26
Leaders comment on the
environment in the 1980's.
State of the Environment:
A Fact Sheet    32
Statistics on
environmental quality.
The State of a State 34
The status and care of the
Florida environment, by
Governor Bob Graham.
Environmental Quality in
the' Western World 40
A review of progress in
25 nations.

Front cover: Wintry sun breaks
through the clouds over Lake Erie.
The city on the shore in the back-
ground is Cleveland. (See story on
P. 16.)
Opposite: Pigpen, of the Peanuts
characters, carries an environmental
message.

Departments
Almanac      37                News Briefs      43             People     46
Around the Nation       38     Update     44
Photo credits: Frank Alexsandrowicz°, Design credits: Robert Flanagan,
American Iron and Steel Institute,  Donna Kazaniwsky, and Ron Farrah.
Fred Ward, Yosef Hadar/World
Bank, David Falconer, P. Almasy/
WHO, J. Abcede/WHO, Bob Arvin,
Florida Dept. of Commerce.
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