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Item #d93jul61

Estimation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Sinks for the United States: 1990, June 1993. Draft available for public review from Climate Change Div. (PM-221), U.S. EPA, Washington DC 20460 (202-260-4314).

Developed to provide baseline 1990 values for the recently announced U.S. goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions to 1990 levels by the year 2000. Gives preliminary estimates for CO2, methane, nitrous oxide, carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, non-methane volatile organic compounds, and gases that deplete stratospheric ozone.

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See news item on the U.K. climate plan for discussion of the following:

Climate Change: Our National Program for CO2 Emissions, May 1993. Available (no charge) from Dept. of Environ., POB 1150 (Dept. DoE), London N4 1UB, UK.

FoE's Response to the DoE Discussion Document `Climate Change...', May 1993, Ј6. Friends of the Earth-U.K., 26-28 Underwood St., London N1 7JQ, U.K.

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Research to Protect, Restore, and Manage the Environment, Comm. on Life Sci., Nat. Res. Council, 242 pp., July 1993, $28. Nat. Academy Press, 2101 Constitution Ave. NW, Washington DC 20418 (800-624-6242 or 202-334-3313).

Environmental research in the U.S. is uncoordinated and has a limited effect on national policy. There is no national plan for environmental research, which makes it difficult to work with other nations on global or regional problems. There is inadequate long-term monitoring, and no system for communicating environmental problems to policy makers. Recommends the creation of a National Environmental Council, composed of heads of the environmental agencies and chaired by the Vice President, and an Environmental Assessment Center. The latter would assess and develop policy options for large environmental issues that concern more than one agency. Also recommends "cultural" changes in how government and scientists think about the way environmental research is led, performed and supported.

Item #d93jul64

Trend Analysis of Sulfate, Nitrate and pH Data Collected at National Atmospheric Deposition Program/National Trends Network Stations between 1980 and 1991 (OFR 93-56), W.G. Baier, T.A. Cohn, June 1993, $3 paper/$4 microfiche. USGS Open File Services, Denver Fed. Ctr., Box 25425, Denver CO 80225 (303-236-7976). (See Acid Precip. section in News.)

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