Science and Environment 2001

Alternative Therapies
www.alternative-therapies.com

Those intrigued by new trends in healing but wary of the flight from science should check out this peer-reviewed California bimonthly, which brings rigor to the radical medical fringe.

Larry Dossey, exec. ed; David Riley, editor in chief
InnoVision Communications/AACN
169 Saxony Rd. Ste. 104
Encinitas,CA 92024
866-828-2962
Subscription address:
Box 627
Holmes, PA 19043
800-345-8112
$64/yr. (6 issues)

E-mail: alttherapy@aol.com


OnEarth (fkaThe Amicus Journal)
www.nrdc.org/OnEarth

The Natural Resources Defense Council uses this as its official voice, but its content stretches beyond the institution to address a wide range of environmental, political, and cultural issues.

Kathrin Day Lassila, editor
Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)
40 West 20th St.
New York,NY,10011
Subscription address: same as above
$10/yr. (4 issues)

E-mail: amicus@nrdc.org


E Magazine
www.emagazine.com

“The environmental magazine”–a good source of news and practical information.

The environmental magazine.
Doug Moss, exec. editor
Earth Action Network, Inc.
Box 5098
Westport,CT 06851
203-854-5559
Subscription address:
Box 2047
Marion, OH 43306-2147
815-734-1242
$20/yr. (6 issues)

E-mail: emagazine@prodigy.com


Earth Island Journal
www.earthisland.org

Provides thorough, activist-oriented, international coverage of environmental issues.

International environmental news.
Gar Smith, editor in chief
300 Broadway, Suite 28
San Francisco,CA 94133-3312
415-788-3666
Subscription address: same as above
$25/yr. membership (4 issues)

E-mail: journal@earthisland.org


The Ecologist
www.gn.apc.org/ecologist

Important London-based journal devoted to “rethinking basic assumptions” about the environment.

Rethinking basic assumptions.
Zac Goldsmith, editor
Ecosystems Ltd.
Unit 18 Chelea Wharf, 15 Lots Rd
London SW10 0QJ
0171-351-3578
Subscription address:
PO Box 357
Sittingbourne, Kent ME9 8UL UK
£28 or US $35/yr. (10 issues)

E-mail: sally@theecologist.org


Food & Water Journal
www.foodandwater.org/journal.asp

Nominally focused on agriculture and ecology, this quarterly magazine continually surprises by branching out to poetry, radical politics, and history.

Michael Colby, editor
Food & Water, Inc.
389 Vermont Route 215
Walden,VT 05873
802-563-3300
Subscription address:
Box 3000
Denville, NJ 07834-9785
800-EAT-SAFE
$25/yr. membership (4 issues)


Green Futures
www.greenfutures.org.uk

Bimonthly British magazine about environmental solutions and sustainable technology.

Martin Wright, editor
Unit 55, 50-56 Wharf Rd.
London N1 7SF England
Subscription address:
Circa, 13-17 Sturton St.
Cambridge CB1 2SN UK
01223-568017
UK £24, elsewhere £36/yr. (6 issues)

E-mail: post@greenfutures.org.uk


Orion Afield
www.orionsociety.org

The writing’s always great in this popular environmental journal, but the ideas contained in the prose are even more noteworthy.

Working for nature and community.
Jennifer Sahn, managing editor
195 Main St.
Great Barrington, MA 01230
413-528-4422
Subscription address:
same as above
$30/yr. membership (4 issues)

E-mail: orion@orionsociety.org


Rachel’s Environment & Health Weekly
www.rachel.org

With clear, concise summaries of current research, this monthly newsletter from the Maryland-based Environmental Research Foundation provides important environmental justice coverage.

Providing news & resources for environmental justice.
Peter Montague, editor
Environmental Research Foundation
Box 5036
Annapolis, MD 21403-7036
410-263-1584
Subscription address: same as above
$25/yr. (26 issues)

E-mail: erf@rachel.org


Sierra
www.sierraclub.org

With breathtaking photography, heartfelt analysis, and passionate advocacy, the voice of the Sierra Club has seldom been more eloquent.

Exploring, enjoying, and protecting the planet.
Joan Hamilton, editor in chief
85 Second St.
San Francisco, CA 94105-3441
415-977-5500
Subscription address:
Box 52968
Boulder, CO 80322-2968
800-765-7904
$35/membership (6 issues)

E-mail: information@sierraclub.org


World Watch
www.worldwatch.org

Macro, micro, or fish-eye wide, every issue of the Washington-based Worldwatch Institute’s bimonthly magazine offers another glimpse into the human moment on a shrinking planet.

Working for a sustainable future.
Ed Ayres, editor
Worldwatch Institute
1776 Massachusetts Av. NW
Washington, DC 20036-1904
202-452-1999
Subscription address:
Box 879
Oxon Hill, MD 20750-0879
800-555-2028
$20/yr. (6 issues)

E-mail: worldwatch@worldwatch.org

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In-depth coverage of eye-opening issues that affect your life.