Moving on

Pope, Carl
July 1998
Sierra;Jul/Aug98, Vol. 83 Issue 4, p14
Focuses on members of the Sierra Club views on the immigration debate taking place within the United States in 1998. Club's opposition to restricted immigration; Belief that restricted immigration will not stop the environmental problems; Description of the environmental problem as global rather than national; Information on measures that the US could take to ease the effects of population on the environment.


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