Work and Environment in a High Tech World 14.3-4

Published: August 1987

Editorial: Human and Environmental Contexts of Technological Change - Sally Lerner and Ted Schrecker

The Uneasy Eighties: The Transition to an Information Society - Arthur J. Cordell

A Union Course on New Technologies - Elaine Bernard

A Labour Perspective: Finding Common Ground - Hugh Mackenzie

Jobs and the Environment: Some Preliminary Number Crunching - William Glenn

Employment in the Suburbs: Transportation Disadvantage in a Car-Centred Environment - Gerda R. Wekerle and Brent M. Rutherford

The Worker in the New Electronic World - Lorraine Jackson, Joanne Coutts and Eric Knight

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Canadian, World, Tech Notes

New Tricks for Old Dogs: Genetic Screening Makes Victim-Blaming Scientific - Daniel Tierney and Karen Messing

Assessing the Environmental Consequences of Genetically-Engineered Organisms - J.J. Pasternak anRd Bernard R. Glick

Notes from the Margin - Heather Menzies

12 Ways to Start Working Together - R.C. Paehlke

Conserver Society Notes - Articles

Tidal power attraction ebbs - Mark Butler

Australians fear French move to new nuclear test site - Colin Michael Hall

Environmental and native rights groups want World Bank reform - Mary Pickering

Lepreau Two refuses to die - Michele Mougeot

Papua New Guinea faces the development dilemma - Mary Pickering


Proven Profits from Pollution Prevention: Case Studies in Resource Conservation and Waste Reduction - Donald Huisingh, Larry Martin, Helene Hilger and Neil Seldmen

Podium: Dietary reform is crucial - Tony Smith

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