American Environmentalism: Values, Tactics, Priorities

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Index
adversary proceedings, 186-189, 200- 201, 209
Affluent Society (Galbraith), 121, 138
Alaskan oil, 131-133, 180
Allied Chemical Co., 214-215, 217 alternative technologies, 21-22
Alyeska Pipeline Service Co., 132
American Petroleum Institute, 184
Andrus, Cecil, 52, 175
Army Corps of Engineers, 47, 53, 54, 55, 79, 80, 188
Aspinall, Wayne, 46-47, 51
Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG), 199
automobiles, 120-122, 139, 184
barrier islands, 72
Bates, Marston, 75, 105
biocentric environmental tradition, 18-19, 26, 27-30, 43-59, 100-103, 202-204
"Blueprint for Survival" (The Ecologist), 109
boom towns, 128-133, 139
Boulding, Kenneth, 121, 229
Bridge Canyon, 48-51
Brower, David, 30, 47, 50, 53, 57, 101, 125
Bureau of Land Management, 115
Bureau of Reclamation, 47-48, 53, 127, 166, 188
Caddell, Patrick, 208-209
Caldwell, Lynton K., 73
California, 192-194
cancer: and carcinogens, 147-155; and coal-fired power plants, 160; and coke ovens, 187-188; and the environment, 110, 112, 114, 147- 155; and fluorocarbon gases, 153- 154; map of, 149; and pesticides, 216; and zero risk, 169-171
Carson, Rachel, 34, 66-67, 145
Carter, Jimmy, 22, 136, 138, 161, 178, 182, 191, 208, 213
Chapman, Oscar, 44
Chardin, Teilhard de, 203-204
chemicals: and the environment, 144- 145, 148-149, 150, 154-155; and ethics, 214-219; illegal dumping of, 216-217
cigarette smoking, 147, 149, 160, 168
civitas, 229
Ciriacy-Wantrup, S. V., 88
class interests, 6-17, 19, 39, 97, 100, 178-179
Clean Air Act, 144, 146, 182-184, 186-187, 191
Clements, F. E., 32
closed societies, 97-100
Closing Circle (Commoner), 68, 99, 226
coal development: environmental ef

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