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Activist Research Manual
Hundreds of sources of information on corporations' operations, shareholders, histories, environmental and safety, criminal, human rights, and labor records, and political and corporate interlocks. Paper copy available for $10 postpaid from PIN.
The Elite Consensus Published by Apex Press and the Program on Corporations, Law & Democracy. Available for $15 which includes postage. Make checks payable to Public Information Network, PO Box 95316, Seattle WA 98145-2316.
Directory of Transational Corporations
Histories and descriptions of the environmental and social impacts of the operations of more than 800 global corporations, with country index.
Primer on Corporate Power
Includes a detailed chronology of the rise of corporate power, a collection of facts and statistics, memorable quotes from corporate supporters and critics, essential resources for corporate investigations, an annotated bibliography, and a directory of citizen groups. Paper copy available for $10 postpaid from PIN.
Listening to the Land: Conversations About Nature, Culture, and Eros
San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, 1995.
Profound dialogues with the elders. Environmentalists, theologians, Native Americans, psychologists, and feminists speak out on nature, technology, the spirit, human destructiveness, and human potential.
Railroads and Clearcuts: Legacy of Congress's 1864 Northern Pacific Railroad Land Grant
with George Draffan and John Osborn. The Lands Council, Spokane WA, 1995.
Describes the history and environmental impacts of the exploitation of forty million acres of public lands granted to the Northern Pacific Railroad by the natural resources empire which includes Weyerhaeuser, Plum Creek Timber, and other timber, coal mining, and oil and gas corporations. Available for $18 postpaid.
Derrick Jensen's Work can be found on his Website http://home.earthlink.net/~dbjensen1/
Community-Driven Regulation: Towards an Improved Model of Environmental Regulation in Vietnam, in Peter B. Evans (ed.), Livable Cities: The Politics of Urban Livelihood and Sustainability, Berkeley: University of California Press (forthcoming).
Reinventing Environmental Regulation from the Grassroots Up: Explaining and Expanding the Success of the Toxics Release Inventory, (forthcoming in) Environmental Management. With Archon Fung.
Environmental Conflicts and Civil Society in Post-Socialist Vietnam, in a special issue of Economic Geography, edited by Michael Watts (under review).
Industrial Ecology: A Critical Review, International Journal of Environment and Pollution, 1996, Vol. 6, Nos. 2/3, pp. 89-112. With Lloyd Connelly, and C.P. Koshland.
Economic and Environmental Dynamics of Reform in Vietnam, Asian Survey, Berkeley CA, June 1996. With Thomas O. Sikor.
Economics, Environment and Equity: Policy Integration During Development in Vietnam, Berkeley Planning Journal, 1995, Vol. 10, pp. 15-35.
Conservation and Recycling Practices for CFC-113 and Methyl Chloroform, U.S. EPA, June 1991.
Vietnam's Reforms and Economic Growth, by Charles Harvie and Tran Van Hoa, book review, Crossroads: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 1998.
Smoke from a Hired Gun: A Critique of Nike's Labor and Environmental Auditing in Vietnam as Performed by Ernst & Young, Transnational Resource and Action Center: San Francisco, November 10th, 1997.
The Barons of Bromide: The Corporate Forces Behind Toxic Poisoning and Ozone Depletion, The Ecologist, Vol. 27, No. 3, May/June 1997, pp. 90-98. With Joshua Karliner and Alba Morales.
Is Sustainable Development Sustainable? Boston Book Review, Cambridge, MA, July/August 1996.
Environment and Industrial Renovation in Vietnam: A Report from Vinh Phu Province, Institute of International Studies Working Paper, Berkeley, CA: IIS, 1995.
A Tiger in Search of a New Path: The Economic and Environmental Dynamics of Reform in Viet Nam, Vietnam's Socio-Economic Development Hanoi, No. 4, Winter, 1995, pp. 35-52. With Thomas O. Sikor.
Rent, Lease, or Own - Academia on the Block, Boston Book Review, Cambridge, MA, September 1995.
Worker Health Hazards at Seagate, Multinational Monitor, Washington, D.C., November 1993.
Alternatives to Ozone Depleting Substances in Solvent Cleaning, Greenpeace International, Wash D.C., June 1992.
Green Tide - Bagging Honduras, Z Magazine, Boston, MA, March 1992.
Oil in Burma: Fueling Oppression, Multinational Monitor, October 1992.
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