The Tabloid Environmentalist, How a Pseudo-Scientist Duped the
Big Media -- Big Time, TomPaine.com, December 11, 2001,
FEATURES/OP-AD
Border towns suffer in wake of Sept. 11 attacks, Tight security,
economic dip hurt merchants, The San Francisco Chronicle,
November 22, 2001, Thursday, p.E3, MATAMOROS, MEXICO
Saving the Chesapeake; effort and money needed if Bay's
ecology to recover, E, November, 2001, 1126 words,
GALESVILLE, MARYLAND
Nuclear Waste, Terror, and Intrigue, The Industry That Promised
Energy, TomPaine.com, October 4, 2001, FEATURES,
WISCASSET, MAINE
A beacon of hope for an ocean birthright: the once astounding
numbers and diversity of marine creatures in the Gulf of Maine
have been sadly diminished. One hope for restoring at least a
semblance of what was is the creation of marine protected areas
and reserves,
Conservation Matters, September 22, 2001, 2882
words, COVER STORY
Dutch defy seas, but indulge rivers, The Christian Science Monitor,
August 23, 2001, Thursday, FEATURES; IDEAS; Pg. 17, 1134
words, PETTEN, THE NETHERLANDS
New borders for the old world, The Christian Science Monitor,
August 16, 2001, Thursday, FEATURES; IDEAS; Pg. 11, 1261
words, LUND, SWEDEN
Deep-sea explorer now wants to take us with him, Interview with
Bob Ballard,
The Christian Science Monitor, August 2, 2001,
Thursday, FEATURES; IDEAS; Pg. 15, 1158 words, WASHINGTON
Tiny Denmark looms large in conservation, The Christian Science
Monitor
, July 19, 2001, Thursday, FEATURES; IDEAS; Pg. 17, 1171
words, KALUNDBORG, DENMARK
Fair Winds in Denmark, A Scandanavian pioneer shows that
sustainability can be profitable, TomPaine.com, July 11, 2001,
FEATURES, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK
Fair Winds in Denmark, E, July 1, 2001, 1064 words, BRIEF:
ENVIRONMENT, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK
Legal Education in Germany Faces Iconoclastic Competitor, The
Chronicle of Higher Education
, June 1, 2001, INTERNATIONAL; Pg.
35, 1604 words, HAMBURG, GERMANY
Free Willy - eat or be eaten?; In Iceland, cultures clash over whales;
Island Journal, June 1, 2001, Pg. 62, VESTMANNAEYJAR, ICELAND
Called to account ; War Crimes Tribunal at the Hague, The Bulletin
of the Atomic Scientists
, May, 2001, 1681 words, THE HAGUE, THE
NETHERLANDS
'The other red meat' at 40 m.p.h, The Christian Science Monitor, April
25, 2001, Wednesday, FEATURES; HOMEFRONT; Pg. 16, 978
words, ANDERSONVILLE, VIRGINA
THE ENERGY CRUNCH; Wind Power Pays Well for Denmark;
Nation at forefront of $4 billion industry, The San Francisco
Chronicle
, MONDAY, APRIL 23, 2001, FINAL EDITION, NEWS, Pg.
A1; COPENHAGEN, Denmark
Growing Greener Industries, The Chronicle of Higher Education,
April 13, 2001, RESEARCH & PUBLISHING; Pg. 22, 2023 words,
KALUNDBORG, DENMARK
Saving the Earth's Oceans, The Chronicle of Higher Education,
CHRONICLE REVIEW, April 13, 2001, Pg. 14, 1485 words,
WASHINGTON
On the Brink of a New Water War; Dutch response to threat of rising
seas defies tradition, The San Francisco Chronicle, SUNDAY,
MARCH 25, 2001, NEWS, Pg. C1; DELFT, THE NETHERLANDS
On the Brink of a New Water War; Sea walls face major retrofitting,
The San Francisco Chronicle, SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 2001, NEWS, Pg.
C1, PETTEN, The Netherlands
The Cubist and the Migraine, The Chronicle of Higher Education,
March 23, 2001, RESEARCH &  PUBLISHING; Pg. 17, 1085 words,
LEIDEN, THE NETHERLANDS
Bridging the Gap; Danish and Swedish universities join forces to
create an integrated learning region, The Chronicle of Higher
Education
, March 16, 2001, INTERNATIONAL; Pg. A45, LUND,
SWEDEN
Wind turbines sprout from Europe to US, The Christian Science
Monitor
, March 14, 2001, Wednesday, WORLD; Pg. 7, 1038 words,
COPENHAGEN, DENMARK
Stuck in orbit; International Space Station not likely to provide benefits
that are claimed,
The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, March, 2001,
1889 words, WASHINGTON
A Run on the Banks, E, March 1, 2001, Pg. 34, 3425 words, ST.
JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND
Educator and Activist Is Sentenced in Tunisia, The Chronicle of
Higher Education
, January 12, 2001, INTERNATIONAL; Pg. A45, 369
words
Maine's Catch, Scientists have warned that lobsters are in danger, but
nobody bothered to tell the lobsters, The Chronicle of Higher
Education
, January 5, 2001, RESEARCH &  PUBLISHING; Pg. A19,
1548 words, FRIENDSHIP LONG ISLAND, MAINE
Remember the Maine Yankee; controversial plan for disposal of
nuclear power plant waste,
The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists,
January 2001. WISCASSET, MAINE
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