The June 2005 issue of Environment & Climate News features state and local efforts to address a wide range of environment issues, including eminent domain, permitting, aquatic chemicals, mercury, air quality, and bottle recycling.
Heartland Science Director Jay Lehr reviews the second edition of The Solar Fraud: Why Solar Energy Won’t Run the World, noting the book “is a fun read that can bring you to tears of laughter and embarrass you with the simple things you never thought of when many of us naively believed the world could run on solar energy.”
The centerspread highlights the wide-ranging benefits of chlorine chemistry—May 1-7 was National Drinking Water Week. Also in this issue: the gasoline additive MTBE, nuclear energy, wind power, Healthy Forests, hybrid buses in Yosemite, climate change, eco-terrorism, the “Death of Environmentalism,” and more.
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