Volume 16, No.3, Fall 1998

Features

By Becky Norton Dunlop
By Jonathan H. Adler

Columns

Daniel Benjamin
By Daniel K. Benjamin People are knowledgeable about the hazards faced by individuals in their age group.

Perspectives

Linda Platts
High above West Africa's Upper Guinean rain forest, tourists on gently swaying walkways stroll cautiously through the forest canopy. It is a nature experience still rare even in the realms of eco-tourism.
Linda Platts
The EcoEnterprises Fund offers a new twist on venture capital by targeting environmentally responsible and conservation-minded businesses. The fund will invest an average of $100,000 to $200,000 in small start-up ventures in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Linda Platts
The picnic table, the park bench and the boardwalk look like wood, but they are actually made from plastic. Impervious to water, salt, oil, chemicals, and insects, the building material comes from chipped and melted milk jugs and detergent bottles.
Linda Platts
A group of researchers at Japan's largest car manufacturer are concentrating on designer trees rather than fuel efficiency.
Linda Platts
Linda Platts
The EcoEnterprises Fund offers a new twist on venture capital by targeting environmentally responsible and conservation-minded businesses. The fund will invest an average of $100,000 to $200,000 in small start-up ventures in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Linda Platts
Last spring, thousands of Brazilian free-tail bats found a home at the New York Mets training facility in Port St. Lucie, Fla. About the size of a man's thumb with a wingspread of four inches, these little fellows are harmless, but certainly not tidy.
Linda Platts
As many midwestern farm families struggle to make a living off the land, the Jones family of Afton, Iowa, has found a new source of revenue growing in their pastures.