Sierra Magazine

MAY/JUNE 2004

Features

The Cost of Doing Business
For a U.S.-based mining company, it included payments to terrorists.
Marilyn Berlin Snell

Strategic Ignorance
Ideology and politics trump science in the Bush administration.
Carl Pope and Paul Rauber

Tidal Attraction
The edge of land and sea is a riot of life, where humans can wreck what crashing waves cannot.
Blair Tindall

Why Race Matters
Should environmentalists be concerned about racism? Ask the activists who are fighting prejudice and pollution.
Jennifer Hattam

Interview: Hilda Solis
"We’re all in this together," says a Latina legislator who believes that clean air and water are everyone’s birthright.
Jennifer Hattam


Departments

Letters

Let’s Talk
Bush-league science; Thirst

Food for Thought
Mexico’s green cuisine
Paul Rauber

Ways & Means
The immigration debate
Carl Pope

One Small Step
The bride wore green

Lay of the Land
• Pols hyping hydrogen
• W. Watch
• Spiked tuna

Profile
Ms. Johnson’s drumbeat
Janisse Ray

Good Going
White Sands, New Mexico
Elisa Freeling

The Sierra Club Bulletin
• LeConte Lodge
• Pump and dump in Utah

Last Words
Inherit the air

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