P A N U P S
Pesticide Action Network
Resource Pointer #24
March 20, 1995
For copies of the following resources, please contact the appropriate
publishers or organizations directly.
*A Failure to Protect, 1995.* Jay Feldman and Eleanor J. Lewis. Documents
and assesses implementation of integrated pest management (IPM) practices
at U.S. federal government agencies and buildings. Grades agencies based on
reduction in use of hazardous pesticides and adoption of IPM practices. Rates
41 agencies, including the National Forest Service, the National Park Service,
the Postal Service and the General Services Administration. 200 pp. US$20.
Summary and Overview of report: US$5. National Coalition Against the
Misuse of Pesticides (NCAMP), 701 E Street SE, Washington, DC 20003; phone
(202) 543-5450; fax (202) 543-4791; email email@example.com.
*Environmental Justice: Proposed Implementation Strategy, 1994.* United
States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Office of the Secretary. Overview
of USDA response to the President's Executive Order of February 11, 1994 on
"Federal Actions to Address Environmental Justice in Minority Populations
and Low-Income Population." Provides outline of goals, delegation of
responsibilities and implementation dates. 10 pp. For free copy, specify
Publication Number 200-D-95-900. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,
National Center for Environmental Publications and Information, P.O. Box
42419, Cincinnati, OH 45268; phone (513) 489-8190; fax (513) 489-8695.
*Pesticide Reregistration Progress Report, 1994.* Special Review and
Reregistration Division, Office of Pesticide Programs, U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA). Describes status of pesticide reregistration through
the fourth quarter of fiscal year 1994. 35 pp. For free copy, specify Publication
Number 738-R-94-014. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National
Center for Environmental Publications and Information, P.O. Box 42419,
Cincinnati, OH 45268; phone (513) 489-8190; fax (513) 489-8695.
*A Citizens' Guide to NAFTA's Environmental Commission, 1995.* Karl
Spiecker, Andrea Durbin and Harry Browne. Concise description of the North
American Commission for Environmental Cooperation (NACEC), the body
created by the NAFTA Environmental Side Agreement to conduct
environmental studies and make policy recommendations. Reviews how
citizens and NGOs can file petitions with NACEC regarding governmental
failure to enforce environmental laws. 16 pp. US$2 first copy, US$0.50 each
additional copy. Friends of the Earth, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, 3rd Floor,
Washington, DC 20016; phone (202) 783-7400; fax (202) 783-0444; email
firstname.lastname@example.org or Interhemispheric Resource Center, P.O. Box 4506,
Albuquerque, NM 87196; phone (505) 842-8288; email email@example.com.
*Defining Sustainable Communities: Many Pieces Fit Together, 1994.*
Catherine Lerza, Tides Foundation. Overview of Defining Sustainable
Communities Conference, June 2-4, 1994. Conference brought diverse group
of 350 people together around conviction that environmental and human
health are closely linked and that dramatic economic inequality must be
diminished. Report contains conference agenda, text of conference speeches
and review of ideas and recommendations generated by participants. 36 pp.
US$5. Neighborhood Funders Group, 1001 South Marshall St., Suite 55,
Winston-Salem, NC 27101; phone (910) 724-9070.
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