No 142/3

On the Environment, Summer/Autumn 2004

Table of Contents

In This Issue

Introduction: "Shall we linger along ambitionless?" Environmental Perspectives on British Columbia
 
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5-67

Articles

Sink or Swim: Water Pollution and Environmental Politics in Vancouver, 1889-1975
Arn Keeling
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69-101
"As Free of Fish as a Billiard Ball is of Hair": Dealing with Depletion in the Pacific Halibut Fishery, 1899-1924
John Thistle
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105-125
Death of a Community
Linda Kendall
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153-155
People in the Way: Modernity, Environment, and Society on the Arrow Lakes
Tina Loo
161-196
Making Greenpeace: The Development of Direct Action Environmentalism in British Columbia
Frank Zelko
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197-239
For the Birds?: Neoliberalism and the Protection of Biodiversity in British Columbia
Jeremy Wilson
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241-277
Commentary: Anti-Use Campaigns and Policy Making
Tracy Summerville, Heather Myers
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279-285

Photo Essay

What J.W. Clark Saw in British Columbia, or, Nature and the Machine
James Murton
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129-152

Review Essay

Graeme Wynn
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287-295

Reviews, Bibliography of BC, and Contributors

 
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297-322
Digital Domain No. 8
 
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323-349
Contributors
 
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351-352