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Spring 1999

Beyond Ecomilitarism: A New Path For Environmental Activism
By Bill Shireman
This was a war-based strategy, a military-modeled strategy that used as its motto the credo of the Spanish Civil War: "Better to die on your feet than to live on your knees." This is the model on which we developed the first wave of environmental activism. The military model.

Present Value, Future Value: Intergenerational Ethics In Water Supply Planning
In 1746 Benjamin Franklin warned, "When the Well's dry, we know the Worth of Water." As difficult as it is to anticipate thirst in the midst of rain, it is even harder to appreciate today the needs of generations yet unborn, and to provide for them.

Plastic Bottles A Waste: Coke's Broken Promise To Recycle
Coca-Cola's Chairman and CEO M. Douglas Ivester is responsible for wasting billions of plastic Coke bottles every year, according to a nonprofit group in the first of a series of paid advertisements appearing on the Op Ed Page of the New York Times.
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