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Volume 83, Number 1, March 2002

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Who Wants to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions?
pp. 1-17(17)
Authors: O'Connor, Robert E.; Bord, Richard J.; Yarnal, Brent; Wiefek, Nancy

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Immigrant Environmental Behaviors in New York City
pp. 64-81(18)
Authors: Pfeffer, Max J.; Stycos, J. Mayone

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“Sustainable Development” as Collective Surge
pp. 101-118(18)
Author: Aguirre, Benigno E.

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Brokering Interests: The Use of Market-Based Policies by Interest Groups
pp. 137-155(19)
Author: Carman, Christopher Jan

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Race and Environmental Voting in the U.S. Congress
pp. 167-189(23)
Authors: Mohai, Paul; Kershner, David

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Does Privatization Protect Natural Resources? Property Rights and Forests in Guatemala
pp. 206-225(20)
Authors: Gibson, Clark C.; Lehoucq, Fabrice E.; Williams, John T.

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Deforestation and the Environmental Kuznets Curve: A Cross-National Investigation of Intervening Mechanisms
pp. 226-243(18)
Authors: Ehrhardt-Martinez, Karen; Crenshaw, Edward M.; Jenkins, J. Craig

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Who's Minding the Kids? Pollucion, Public Schools, and Environmental Justice in Los Angeles
pp. 263-280(18)
Authors: Pastor, Jr., Manuel; Sadd, James L.; Morello-Frosch, Rachel

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Units of Analysis and the Environmental Justice Hypothesis: The Case of Industrial Hog Farms
pp. 298-316(19)
Authors: Taquino, Michael; Parisi, Domenico; Gill, Duane A.

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An Examination of Accidental-Release Scenarios from Chemical-Processing Sites: The Relation of Race to Distance
pp. 317-331(15)
Authors: Pine, John C.; Marx, Brian D.; Lakshmanan, Aruna

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Saving Open Spaces: Determinants of 1998 and 1999 “Antisprawl” Ballot Measures
pp. 341-352(12)
Authors: Romero, Francine; Liserio, Adrian

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Gender, Values, and Environmentalism
pp. 353-364(12)
Authors: Dietz, Thomas; Kalof, Linda; Stern, Paul C.

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Is Pesticide Use Socially Acceptable? A Comparison between Urban and Rural Settings
pp. 379-394(16)
Authors: Coppin, Dawn M.; Eisenhauer, Brian W.; Krannich, Richard S.

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