Green Taxes 22.3

Published: July 1996

Editorial: The Spirit of Critical Dialogue - Cate Sandilands

Beer Cans, Gas Guzzlers and Green Taxes: How Using Tax Instead of Law May Affect Environmental Policy - Doug Macdonald

Why was the Ontario government willing to impose a green tax on beer cans, but not on gasoline?
Inset: A Primer on Green Taxation by Doug Macdonald
Inset: New Budget Begins to Reduce Tax Disadvantages for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Production by Stephanie Cairns

Toward a More Radical Ecopsychology: Therapy for a Dysfunctional Society - Andy Fisher

If ecopsychology is to help reconcile humanity with nature, it must become more critically - oriented.
Inset: What is Ecopsychology? by Andy Fisher
Inset: Ecopsychology Resources

Multinational Pulp Company SLAPPs Suit Against Activist Group - Chris Tollefson and Matt Pollard

Banff's Last Hope? - Jill Thompson

English Road Opponents Turn to Direct Action - Claire Leech

Tories Undermine Conservation in Ontario - Scott Piatkowski

Ontario's Environmental Bill of Rights Weakened But Still Viable - Averil Guiste

Hand Pumps Hit the Big Screen: Heritage Minute Gives Canadians Quick Development Lesson - Mary Malone

Theodore Roszak, Mary E. Gomes and Allen D. Kanner, eds., Ecopsychology: Restoring the Earth, Healing the Mind 
Tony Hodge et al., eds., Pathways to Sustainability: Assessing our Progress 
Karen T. Litfin, Ozone Discourses: Science and Politics in Global Environmental Cooperation 
Friends of the Earth, Ozone Protection Workshop Kit

Books Received for Review

Harms' Way: A Kinder, Gentler Whale by Dave Harms

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