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Pacific Ecologist

Pacific Ecologist 4 - Summer 2002/2003

EDITORIAL

SUSTAINABILITY FORUM

The Quest for Sustainable Societies - BISHAM SINGH

Kimihia katoa nga putake o te kaupapa - in the problem lies the answer - BRIAN KEPA KIP MORGAN

Why is Sustainable Development so Difficult? - JOHN PEET

FREE-TRADE WAR ON NATURE

Trading the planet to death - ROD DONALD

Sacred Lake Cowal Under Mining Threat - RUTH ROSENHEK

Help Protect Endangered Woodlands of Australia - CECILE VAN DER BURGH & CARMEL FLINT

Resource Wars - From War Zones to Shopping Malls - Worldwatch Institute

Banana Workers win against Dow, Shell and Standard Fruit - Pesticide Action Network

Living Planet Report 2002 - World Wildlife Fund

CLIMATE

Climate Perils Could Bankrupt Insurers

The Coming Decline of Oil - GERALD LEACH

Global Warming pledge

WETLANDS

The Ramsar Convention: a review of wetlands management in New Zealand - PHILIPPE GERBEAUX

WAR - TERROR

War no answer to terrorism - KEITH LOCKE

Terrorism & American Foreign Policy - ROBERT ELIAS

PACIFIC ISLANDS REPORTS

In defence of human rights in Fiji - 'ATU EMBERSON-BAIN

Empowering Pacific Island communities - SYLVIA TROOST

Solomon Islands - a failed state, but a determined people - JOHN ROUGHAN

BOOK REVIEWS

Business as Unusual by ANITA RODDICK reviewed by Prue Hyman

Unholy Wars: Terror in the Name of Islam by JOHN L. ESPOSITO reviewed by Muqtedar Khan

Pacific Women speak out for Independence & Denuclearisation - Zohl de Ishtar ed. Reviewed by Derek Wilson

American Heat: Ethical Problems with the United States Responses to Global Warming by Donald Brown