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Enviro-Mich message from "Dave Dempsey" <davemec@voyager.net>

The latest edition of the Cooley Law Review features articles on the 
Nestle fight, the Wolverine Pipeline, and environmental justice 
movements in Michigan, written by activists who have served on the 
front lines.

The winter edition (Volume 20, Number 2) is a special Symposium Issue 
on Environmental Injustice.  The work features articles by five 
Michiganians (see below) who spoke at Cooley's Law Review Symposium, 
Environmental Injustice on October 29, 2002. Here are the topics and 

An Overview of Environmental Justice, Thomas Stephens, J.D.

Education for What? A Chronicle of Environmental Deception in Lansing, 
Michigan, by Brian McKenna, Ph.D.

Troubled Waters-Policy and Action in the Great Lakes, by Jerome Hinkle

The Wolverine Pipeline, by James Smiertka, J.D.

Achieving Justice: The Case for Legislative Reform, by Alma Lowry, J.D.

This special edition would be excellent for high school and college 
courses on Michigan's environment. 

To get a copy contact Dana Cilla, Editor-in-Chief of the Cooley Law 
Review at: 

Phone: 517-371-5140 ext. 4501
E-Mail: cillad@cooley.edu   
Address: Thomas M. Cooley Law School, 217 South Capitol Avenue, P.O. 
13038, Lansing, MI 48901

Or call the publisher, WIlliam S. Hein & Co. Inc. at 1-800-828-7571.

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