Monthly Archives: June 1999

Bangladesh Still Floods, But No Longer Starves

Dennis T. Avery Bangladesh Is Opening Its Doors To Industrialization And Beginning To Thrive CHURCHVILLE, Va.–Bangladesh had the worst floods in its history last year. In other words, the country suffered its worst flooding since Noah stepped off the Ark. … Continue reading

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Dispel myths about the danger of nitrates

Alex A. Avery This spring, the Register printed an editorial warning of the dangers to “infants and pregnant women” of nitrates in Des Moines’ drinking water and calling for more responsible farming to stop “the problem at the source.” While … Continue reading

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Who’ll Stop The Rain?

Richard A. Halpern Early next year, the President must submit to Congress a plan to mitigate environmental damages in the Gulf of Mexico that no one can find, and to restore economic losses to Gulf fisheries that no one has … Continue reading

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