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VOLUME I INDEX Keynote Presenters Page Sustainable Development: The 1 Technological Challenge; Noel J. Zeng, Glarkson University, Potsdam, New York, USA A6 Evaluating the Comprehensive 80 Model ADOM; C. Although there appears to be an emerging scientific consensu* that an enhanced greenhouse effect is real, many uncertainties remain with regard to the magnitude, timing and regional effects, Canadians a* yet do not fully understand the Implications of this issue on public policy development nor the economic consequences of potential policy measures to address it.

Brown, Director, United Nations Environment Programme Responses to Global Climate 2 Change: The Coming Environmental and Economic Revolutions; Jim Bruce, Chair, Canadian Climate Program Board Feature Presenters Air Quality Research A1 What's the Latest on Acidic 5 Deposition in North America? Sisterson, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, Illinois, USA A10 Measurement of Semi-Volatile 7 Organic Compounds in Ambient Air; G. The energy industry is vitally concerned about promoting sound public policy In this area, and Imperial Oil has been active in providing * pe-trpective on th* issue In th* cant*** m§- domestic and international energy use. Racette (Ontario Ministry ot the Environment) Background The Phytotoxicology Section of the Air Resources Branch, Ontario Ministry of (he Environment (MOE), in concert with the associates from the Northeast and Northwest Regions, recognized in 1 971 a need to establish contaminant concentration guidelines for interpretation of environmental data.

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LAST DECEMBER, one of your sister publications, Macworld, listed the year’s best games for the Mac.

And that’s not to mention the IBM programs 1 can run concurrently via the Bridgeboard. By Amiga standards, it would he a good public-domain or shareware offering, but lags far behind even average Amiga en ter tain men t st)ft ware.

James David Walley Bit Player Software Everett, WA BASIC Flag-waving WHY DOESN’T Commodore pay sufficient attention to BASIC?

I also had to take a break from programming with Benchmark Modula-2, keeping track of my potential clients with Superbase Professional (so far I have been too busy to customize data entry with Superbase's programming language), and handling my accounting with Maxi Plan Plus (including generation of pie, line, and 3-D bar graphs of relevant data).

Needless to say, with the Amiga’s multitasking, I can run all these programs simultaneously; if I add more memory to my system, I could also generate ray- traced images with Sculpt-31) in the background. S.: By the way, I had an opportunity to play Crystal Quest at a local store.