Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Carolina Planning Vol. 15 Issue 2, Fall 1989
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The bicycle has the potential to help free cities from choking on the pollution and traffic congestion born of the automobile, and to offer short-range, individualized travel at a low cost.
In response to rising costs, legal barriers, environmental concerns, and public opposition to landfilling, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina has established an integrated solid waste management; no comparable program exists in the southeastern United States, and few exist in the country.
Many types of plastics are now recyclable. In North Carolina, Southeastern Container is giving assistance to smaller communities wishing to move toward recycling activities.
Increasingly in the United States, the preservation of endangered species and biological diversity conflicts with the mounting pressures of urban growth and development. This article presents several arguments on the importance of species protection.