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>>From: Ted Smith <tsmith@igc.apc.org>
>>Subject: GLOBAL PRODUCT CHAIN CONFERENCE
>>
>>Pat:
>>
>>Can you get this around to all the various P2 groups you know of?  Thanks --
>>it look s really interesting and useful
>>
>>Ted
>>
>>>Subject: GLOBAL PRODUCT CHAIN CONFERENCE
>>>
>>>>Date: Mon, 9 Mar 1998 14:01:54 -0800 (PST)
>>>
>>>>To: crt-list@igc.org
>>>>X-Sender: svtc@pop.igc.org
>>>>
>>>>Greetings--Here is some information about an internet conference occurring
>>>>this week we thought you might find interesting.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>-------------
>>>>>Original Text
>>>>From: Nicolien van der Grijp@Users@IVM, on 3/2/98 4:42 PM:
>>>>To: email[Kraemer@Ecologic.de]
>>>>Cc: email[Kahlenborn@Ecologic.de]
>>>>>ANNOUNCEMENT
>>>>>
>>>>>Next week starts an electronic conference on internet organised by IISD
in
>>>>>Canada. The theme is "Global Product Chains, Northern Consumers, Southern
>>>>>Producers, and Sustainability". The case studies deal with copper in
>>>>>relation to Zambia, semiconductors (electronics) in relation to the
>>>>>Philippines, and ecotourism in relation to Costa Rica.  Our institute,
the
>>>>>Institute for Environmental Studies in Amsterdam, was involved in the
>>>>>preparation of the main document and the case studies, in cooperation
with
>>>>>partners from the relevant countries.
>>>>>
>>>>>IISD already opened a website which explains the procedures and gives
>>>>>access to the documents. The address is:
>>>>>
>>>>>http://iisd.ca/susprod/virtualpolicy.htm
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>You are invited to join the conference!
>>>>>
>>>>>Kind regards,
>>>>
>>>>Nicolien van der Grijp
>>>>Leslie Byster
>>>>Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition
>>>>760 N. First Street
>>>>San Jose, CA 95112
>>>>408-287-6707-phone
>>>>408-287-6771-fax
>>>>svtc@igc.apc.org
>>>>
>>>>>NOW AVAILABLE AT OUR WEBSITE -- New information about our new book,
SACRED
>>>WATERS:  LIFE-BLOOD OF MOTHER EARTH, Four Case Studies of High-Tech Water
>>>>Exploitation and Corporate Welfare in the Southwest
>>>>>	http://www.svtc.org/svtc/
>>>
>>>
>>>_____________________________________________________
>>>
>>>Sanford Lewis                         Director
>>>The Good Neighbor Project     Ph: 617 489-3686
>>>PO Box 79225                  Fax:617 489-2482
>>>Waverly, MA 02179
>>>
>>>NEW EMAIL ADDRESS:
>>>gnproject@earthlink.net
>>>
>>>http://www.envirolink.org/orgs/gnp
>>>______________________________________________________
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>_____________________________________________________
>>>
>>>Sanford Lewis                         Director
>>>The Good Neighbor Project     Ph: 617 489-3686
>>>PO Box 79225                  Fax:617 489-2482
>>>Waverly, MA 02179
>>>
>>>NEW EMAIL ADDRESS:
>>>gnproject@earthlink.net
>>>
>>>http://www.envirolink.org/orgs/gnp
>>>______________________________________________________
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>>Ted Smith
>>Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition
>>760 N. First Street
>>San Jose, CA 95112
>>408-287-6707-phone
>>408-287-6771-fax
>>tsmith@igc.apc.org
>>
>>>NOW AVAILABLE AT OUR WEBSITE -- New information on the
>>>grassroots politics of regulatory reinvention. Includes
>>>a new chart comparing Project XL other models of community participation.
>>Also information on the the impacts of high-tech industry.
>>>
>>>	http://www.svtc.org/svtc/
>>
>>Food for thought:
>>
>>
>>How Gandhi Definded the Seven Deadly Sins
>>
>> Wealth without work
>>
>> Pleasure without conscience
>>
>> Knowledge without character
>>
>> Commerce without morality
>>
>> Science without humanity
>>
>> Worship without sacrifice
>>
>> Politics without principle
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
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>Ted Smith
>Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition
>760 N. First Street
>San Jose, CA 95112
>408-287-6707-phone
>408-287-6771-fax
>tsmith@igc.apc.org
>
>>NOW AVAILABLE AT OUR WEBSITE -- New information on the
>>grassroots politics of regulatory reinvention. Includes
>>a new chart comparing Project XL other models of community participation.
>Also information on the the impacts of high-tech industry.
>>
>>	http://www.svtc.org/svtc/
>
>Food for thought:
>
>
>How Gandhi Definded the Seven Deadly Sins
>
> Wealth without work
>
> Pleasure without conscience
>
> Knowledge without character
>
> Commerce without morality
>
> Science without humanity
>
> Worship without sacrifice
>
> Politics without principle
>
>
>
>
>
>

Ted Smith
Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition
760 N. First Street
San Jose, CA 95112
408-287-6707-phone
408-287-6771-fax
tsmith@igc.apc.org

>NOW AVAILABLE AT OUR WEBSITE -- New information on the
>grassroots politics of regulatory reinvention. Includes
>a new chart comparing Project XL other models of community participation.
Also information on the the impacts of high-tech industry.
>
>	http://www.svtc.org/svtc/

Food for thought:


How Gandhi Definded the Seven Deadly Sins

 Wealth without work

 Pleasure without conscience

 Knowledge without character

 Commerce without morality

 Science without humanity

 Worship without sacrifice

 Politics without principle






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