WATCHING THE WORLD CONTRASTING APPROACHES TO POLLUTION CONTROL

With David Knott from London The British government has responded to two pollution problems in strikingly different ways. One presented a tangible threat to the environment. The other is more ethereal. Following the oil spill from the Braer tanker in January 1993, the U.K, Department of Transport's Marine Pollution Control Unit (MPCU) has issued a report. This details the spill and lessons learned in the cleanup campaign.

Feb 7th, 1994
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