craig k harris
department of sociology
michigan state university
429b berkey hall
east lansing michigan 48824-1111
> From: Bruce.Suits@cinems.rcc.org[SMTP:Bruce.Suits@cinems.rcc.org]
> Sent: Monday 1 March 1999 5:29 PM
> To: Recipient List Suppressed
> Subject: P2 AND THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY
> Dear P2 colleagues:
> Please forgive any cross postings.
> My good friend Bob Dulli works at the National Geographic Society. The
> is in the process of surveying the universe of approaches being taken to
> prevent environmental degradation. He remembered from earlier
> conversations with me that I was quite positive and excited about
> prevention. He would like to describe what we are doing to his colleagues
> as they prepare their report. It is important that we present this in a
> way that is easily understood. As you know, the National Geographic
> Society has a worldwide audience of millions. Let's take this opportunity
> to introduce them to pollution prevention.
> Please send me, via email, in as few words as possible, your favorite P2
> story(ies) that provide(s) the following information:
> *The who, what, when, where, why and how.
> *The elimination or reduction in pollution, i.e., how much of what?
> *The cost savings (annual, long term, direct and/or indirect)
> That's it!
> I think private sector examples may have the most significant impact,
> but examples from local, state, national governments and NGOs, non
> etc. are welcomed. Remember, we want to provide simple, easy to
> We may only have a couple of days to possibly get this included in their
> report, so please respond as soon as possible.
> Thank you in advance for your help.
> J. Bruce Suits
> Pollution Prevention Manager
> City of Cincinnati
> Office of Environmental Management
> Two Centennial Plaza
> 805 Central Avenue, Suite 610
> Cincinnati, OH 45202-1947
> Phone: 513/352-6270
> FAX: 513/352-4970
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