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7 EPA J. 1 (1981)

handle is hein.journals/epajrnl7 and id is 1 raw text is: United States
Environmental Protection
Agency

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

Volume 7
Number 1
January 1981

SEPA JOURNAL
Douglas M. Costle, Administrator
Joan Martin Nicholson, Director, Office of Public Awareness
Charles D. Pierce, Editor
Truman Temple, Associate Editor
John Heritage, Managing Editor
Chris Perham, Assistant Editor
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.

Photo credits:
National Park Service; Docu-
merica; U.S. Department of
Energy, Jack Schneider; Sandia
Laboratories; U.S. Department of
Agriculture, Soil Conservation
Service, John 0. Dean; Smith-
sonian Institution, Chesapeake Bay
Center for Environmental Studies,
Anneke Davis; World Health
Organization, T. S. Santyan;
National Aquarium In Baltimore;
Philadelphia Academy of Natural
Sciences; Center for Environ-
mental Education; Mike Cohen;
Agency for International Develop-
ment; United Nations/Food and
Agriculture Organization; Jane
and Don Kellogg; Philadelphia
Inquirer/Gerard C. Benene.
Front and Back Covers: Illustration
by Betty Fraser for National Park
Service publication Everglades
Wildguide about the wonders of
Everglades National Park in
Florida. Made available by the
Park Service's Division of
Publications. (See P. 29)
Design Credits: Robert Flanagan,
Donna Kazaniwsky and Ron Farrah.

Environment
Education, And
Technology      2
EPA Administrator Douglas
Costle discusses the need for
a better education in environ-
mental management.
Looking
At The Whole     4
A distinguished ecologist,
Eugene P. Odum, deplores the
fragmentation of environmental
education and urges a broader
approach.
An Earth Ethic    6
Thomas L. Kimball of the
National Wildlife Federation
suggests ways that private
organizations can popularize
environmental information.
UNESCO's Efforts
In Environmental
Education     8
William B. Stapp discusses
measures taken to help people
around the world understand
environment.
Considering
The Connections    11
Joan Nicholson, Director of
the EPA Office of Public
Awareness, warns that society
must relate environmental
quality to other questions or
suffer grave consequences.

The EPA Journal is published
monthly, with combined issues
July-August and November-Decem-
ber, by the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency. Use of funds for
printing this periodical has been
approved by the Director of the
Office of Management and Budget.

Training And Manpower
In Environmental
Quality     14
Don Cook of EPA's Office of
Exploratory Research discusses
the workforce needed to man-
age environmental problems.
Learning On
The Chesapeake      16
The Chesapeake Bay Center
for Environmental Studies is
using novel methods to teach
ecology.
A New Approach
To Environmental
Education     19
Edward W. Weidner, Chan-
cellor of the University of
Wisconsin-Green Bay, de-
scribes the problem-oriented
approach to studies at his
institution.
Igniting The Public
Conscience      22
Lord Eric Ashby, world-famous
British scientist, asks if it is
morally defensible to use
shock tactics to alert the
public to environmental
dangers, and comes up with a
provocative answer.

Views expressed by authors do not
necessarily reflect EPA policy. Con-
tributions and inquiries should be
addressed to the Editor (A-107).
Waterside Mall, 401 M St., S.W.,
Washington, D.C. 20460. No per-
mission necessary to reproduce
contents except copyrighted photos
and other materials. Subscription:
$12.00 a year, $1.20 for single

Wild In
Philadelphia     24
Eco-shows produced by the
Philadelphia Academy of
Natural Sciences help students
learn the fundamentals of
ecology.
EPA's Role In
Educating Youth      26
Mattie Montgomery describes
how EPA informs youth about
environmental problems.
Alligators
And the World      29
A brief survey of the ways that
various nature centers are
helping the public to understand
the intricate web of life.
EPA, Guam
And Environmental
Education     30
A report on how EPA is work-
ing to keep this beautiful
Pacific island free of pollution.
The Greening Of The
Gray Panthers      32
Recycling the talents of older
Americans into public interest
work, including environmental
awareness, is the mission of
an outstanding woman,
Maggie Kuhn.

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Text printed on recycled paper.

Departments
Almanac     33          Update    36           News Briefs   40
People    34           Around the Nation  38

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