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WASTE FAQ 06/11: Enviro Lists2

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Last-modified: 1997/06/12
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#                              WASTE,
#                    ENVIRONMENTAL AND
#                         SUSTAINABLE
#                         MAILING LISTS 
#                                  & 
#                        NEWSGROUPS
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#                          Enviro Lists
#                               Part 2
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HIERARCHY:
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Lists Index:
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ABOUT
REQUEST FOR CHANGING, DELETING OR ADDING

QUICK SUMMARY OF CHANGES
TABLE OF CONTENTS

A. WASTE RELATED MAILING LISTS
Waste Lists part 1 & 2:
+++++++++++++++++
1. Waste related Mailing Lists
Enviro Lists part 1 & 2:
+++++++++++++++++
2. Environmental, Env. Engeneering & Env. Law Mailing Lists touching
wastes
Nature Science Lists part 1 & 2:
++++++++++++++++++++++++
3. Nature Science & Medicine Mailing Lists touching wastes & related
issues

Waste Newsgroups:
+++++++++++++++++
B. WASTE RELATED AND WASTE TOUCHING NEWSGROUPS & GATEWAYS
I. NEWSGROUPS
1. Waste related Newsgrops
2. Environmental, Env. Engeneering & Env. Law Newsgroups touching wastes
3. Nature Science & Medicine Newsgrops touching wastes and related
issues
II. GATEWAYS
1. Waste related Gateways
2. Environmental, Env. Engeneering and Env. Law Gateways touching wastes
3. Nature Science & Medicine Gateways touching wastes and related issues



2. Environmental, Env. Engeneering and Env. Law Lists touching wastes:
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(continued from Enviro Lists1)

ELECTRONIC GREEN JOURNAL
========================
    Contact: mailto:mikep@uidaho.edu (Mike Pollastro)

    Ranking: (not yet ranked)
    Recipients: -
    Frequency in average per day: -
    Established: -

    Moderated: yes
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: (one directional list)
    Status: public list

    ELECTRONIC GREEN JOURNAL (ISSN: 1076-7975) of the University of
    Idaho Library, a professional refereed  publication devoted to 
    disseminating information concerning sources on international 
    environmental topics including:
    assessment, conservation, development, disposal, education, hazards,
    pollution, resources, technology, and treatment.

    Environmental issues frequently cross national borders; therefore,
    our journal encourages the international sharing of environmental
    expertise. The journal serves communities as an educational
    environmental resource, and includes both practical and scholarly
    articles, bibliographies, reviews, editorial comments, and
    announcements.  We are academically sponsored; however, our focus is
    for the educated generalist as well as the specialist.

    Other than issues of the journal and occasional informational
    messages about the Electronic Green Journal or about the 
    list from the list owner, no other messages will be posted on this list.

    Preferred access to the journal is on the Worldwide Web. 
    Point your browser to:
    http://www.lib.uidaho.edu:70/docs/egj.html

    The journal is also available by ftp:
    anonymous ftp://www.lib.uidaho.edu/pub/egj
    PLEASE NOTE: gif files (graphics) must be ftp-ed in BINARY mode

    To subscribe 
        mailto:MAJORDOMO@UIDAHO.EDU
    and in the body of the message put
        subscribe egj your-email@address

    To receive announcements and tables of contents of new issues
        mailto:MAJORDOMO@UIDAHO.EDU
    and in the body of the message put
        subscribe egjtoc your-email@address

    Comments: -
    Last updated: 01/01/97


EIA
===
    Contact: mailto:bernhard.lorenz@cedar.univie.ac.at

    Ranking: ****
    Recipients: -
    Frequency in average per day: -
    Established: -

    Moderated: -
    Archived: on WWW
    Non-members may contribute mail: -
    Status: public list

    The Environmental Impact Assessment Subscription List is a  
    moderated list for professionals in government, NGO,  
    academic and research institutions.  Cross-disciplines 
    are welcomed to join and contribute to the discussions.  EIA  
    sectors covered on the list may include:

    * economics 
    * industry 
    * technology 
    * legislation 
    * environmental health 
    * site sourcing
    * social and cultural considerations

    The list will be archived and searchable/browsable WWW 
    http://www.cedar.univie.ac.at/archives/eia/
 
    Additional documentation on EIA will be placed under the
    Environmental Impact Assessment directory.

    To subscribe, send email to 
        mailto:majordomo@cedar.univie.ac.at
    and in the body of the message, put
        subscribe eia your@email.address

    List-adress: mailto:eia@cedar.univie.ac.at
    Comments: High leval of postings.
    Last updated: 01/01/97


INFOTERRA
=========
    Contact: mailto:infotinf@unep.org or dkahn@nywork2.undp.org,
                  mailto:DBB@zeus.HSRC.ac.za (Moderator)

    Ranking: **
    Recipients: -
    Frequency in average per day: -
    Established: -

    Moderated: yes
    Archived: on WWW
    Non-members may contribute mail: -
    Status: public list

    The Infoterra subscription list is a public list intended
    for general communications on environmental topics, posing queries
    to the Infoterra network and requesting information from UNEP.  In
    addition to posing queries, subscribers are encouraged to respond to
    queries as well, since this list will ultimately be comprised of
    both sources and users of environmental information on a global
    basis.

    You can subscribe to the list on the follwoing URL:
    http://www.cedar.univie.ac.at/infoterra/

    All postings at this group are saved in a database.
    You can read them at the following URL:
        http://www.cedar.univie.ac.at/archives/infoterra/


    To subscribe
        mailto:majordomo@cedar.univie.ac.at
    and in the body of the message, put
        subscribe infoterra your@email.address
    or to the digested version
        subscribe infoterra-digest your@email.address

    List-adress: mailto:infoterra@cedar.univie.ac.at
    Comments: Emphasis on developing countries.
    Last updated: 01/01/97


GREEN-TRAVEL
============
    Contact: mailto:mendicott@igc.apc.org (Marcus L. Endicott)

    Ranking: (not yet ranked)
    Recipients: -
    Frequency in average per day: -
    Established: -

    Moderated: -
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: -
    Status: public list

    Purpose: A moderated internetwork electronic mailing list dedicated
    to the sharing of information about culturally and environmentally
    responsible, or sustainable, travel and tourism worldwide.

    To subscribe
        mailto:majordomo@igc.apc.org
    and in the body of the message, put
        subscribe green-travel

    List address: -
    Comments: -
    Last updated: 01/01/97


INT-LAW
======
    Contact: mailto:listserv@uminn1.bitnet

    Ranking: (not yet ranked)
    Recipients: -
    Frequency in average per day: -
    Established: -

    Moderated: -
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: -
    Status: public list

    INT-LAW  Foreign and International Law Library.

    To subscribe 
        mailto:listserv@uminn1.bitnet
    and in the body of the message put
        Subscribe int-law firstname lastname

    List-adress: mailto:int-law@uminn1.bitnet
    Comments: -
    Last updated: 01/01/97


ENVLAWPROFS
=============
    Contact: -

    Ranking: (not yet ranked)
    Recipients: -
    Frequency in average per day: -
    Established:  -

    Moderated: yes
    Archived: yes
    Non-members may contribute mail: -
    Status: -

    Eniroronmental Law Professors discussion.

    To subscribe
        mailto:majordomo@darkwing.uoregon.edu
    and in the body of the message, put
        Subscribe envlawprofs Firstname Lastname

    List-adress: mailto:envlawprofs@darkwing.uoregon.edu
    Comments: -
    Last updated: 15/05/97


OILGASLAW-L
===========
    Contact: mailto:zzfolm@wuacc.acc.edu (Mark Folmsbee)

    Ranking: (not yet ranked)
    Recipients: -
    Frequency in average per day: -
    Established:  -

    Moderated: -
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: -
    Status: -

    Oil & gas law topics.

    To subscribe
        mailto:LISTSERV@LAWLIB.WUACC.EDU
    and in the body of the message, put
        Subscribe OILGASLAW-L Firstname Lastname

    List-adress: mailto:OILGASLAW-L@LAWLIB.WUACC.EDU
    Comments: -
    Last updated: 15/05/97


ISO14000
=======
    Contact: mailto:cet@rti.org (List Admin: Gene Tatsch),
                 mailto:help@quality.org (Domain Admin: Bill Casti)

    Ranking: (not yet ranked)
    Recipients: -
    Frequency in average per day: -
    Established:  -

    Moderated: no
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: -
    Status: -

    This list is designed for the discussion of the ISO 14000 
    certification guidelines for Environmental and related industries.

    gopher://gopher.quality.org/
    ftp://ftp.quality.org/pub/qc/
    http://www.quality.org/qc/

    To subscribe
        mailto:majordomo@quality.org
    and in the body of the message, put
        Subscribe iso14000 your@email-address
    or for the digested version
        Subscribe iso14000-digest your@email-address

    List-adress: mailto:iso14000@quality.org
    Comments: -
    Last updated: 15/05/97


ISO9000-3
========
    Contact: mailto:cet@rti.org (List Admin: Gene Tatsch),
               mailto:help@quality.org (Domain Admin: Bill Casti)

    Ranked: (not yet ranked)
    Recipients: -
    Frequency in average per day: -
    Established:  -

    Moderated: no
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: -
    Status: -

    The special focus of this email discussion list is ISO 9000-3
    (1991), Part 3:  Guidelines for the application of ISO 9001 to 
    the development, supply and maintenance of software. 

    gopher://gopher.quality.org/
    ftp://ftp.quality.org/pub/qc/
    http://www.quality.org/qc/

    To subscribe
        mailto:majordomo@quality.org
    and in the body of the message, put
        Subscribe iso9000-3 your@email-address
    or for the digested version
        Subscribe iso9000-3-digest your@email-address

    List-adress: mailto:iso9000-3@quality.org
    Comments: -
    Last updated: 15/05/97


QS-9000
======
    Contact: mailto:pstein@measurement.com (Philip Stein) or
                 mailto:help@quality.org (Domain Admin: Bill Casti)

    Ranking: (not yet ranked)
    Recipients: -
    Frequency in average per day: -
    Established:  -

    Moderated: no
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: -
    Status: -

    QS-9000 is a series of mandatory quality system standards written by
    a team from the 'big three', other car makers, and the truck
    manufacturers.
    It applies to all suppliers of PRODUCTION parts and materials to the
    auto industry. Each car maker has its own requirements as to when
    first-tier, second-tier, etc. suppliers will be required to conform. 

    QS-9000 is a superset of ISO 9001. All ISO requirements are
    included, plus much, much more, so they will represent a lot 
    of work for companies that are not already well along the ISO road..  
    QS is prescriptive to a large degree. 
    There are seven QS-9000 documents and all of them must be
    referenced in order to gain a complete understanding of what is
    required.

    gopher://gopher.quality.org/
    ftp://ftp.quality.org/pub/qc/
    http://www.quality.org/qc/

    To subscribe
        mailto:majordomo@quality.org
    and in the body of the message, put
        Subscribe QS-9000 your@email-address

    List-adress: mailto:QS-9000@quality.org
    Comments: -
    Last updated: 15/05/97


QUALITY
======
    Contact: mailto:help@quality.org (Domain Admin: Bill Casti)

    Ranking: (not yet ranked)
    Recipients: -
    Frequency in average per day: -
    Established:  -

    Moderated: yes
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: -
    Status: -

    TQM in Manufacturing and Service Industries Discussion List.

    To subscribe
        mailto:LISTSERV@pucc.PRINCETON.EDU
    and in the body of the message, put
        Subscribe QUALITY Firstname Lastname

    List-adress: mailto:QUALITY@quality.org
    Comments: -
    Last updated: 15/05/97


TQM-D
=====
    Contact: mailto:help@quality.org (Domain Admin: Bill Casti)

    Ranking: (not yet ranked)
    Recipients: -
    Frequency in average per day: -
    Established:  -

    Moderated: no
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: -
    Status: -

    This is an unedited and unmoderated list for those interested in TQM
    in Manufacturing and Service Industries, but who are dissatisfied with
    the similar, moderated list which comes out of pucc.princeton.edu.

    gopher://gopher.quality.org/
    ftp://ftp.quality.org/pub/qc/
    http://www.quality.org/qc/

    To subscribe
        mailto:majordomo@quality.org
    and in the body of the message, put
        Subscribe TQM-D your@email-address

    List-adress: mailto:TQM-D@quality.org
    Comments: -
    Last updated: 15/05/97


QUEST
======
    Contact: mailto:QUEST-request@LISTSERV.NODAK.EDU or
                 mailto:QUESTMOD@UWSTOUT.EDU or 
                 mailto:JENNEJOHN@UWSTOUT.EDU (Nancy Jennejohn),
                 mailto:QUESTED@UWSTOUT.EDU (Wallace Carlson)

    Ranking: (not yet ranked)
    Recipients: -
    Frequency in average per day: -
    Established:  11/10/94

    Moderated: -
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: -
    Status: -

    Quality, Environment, Safety in Management:
    The emerging national and international requirement to combine
    quality, environment, and safety structures and systems assessments
    is creating the need for the development of a uniform and integrated
    management discipline.  The purpose of this discussion is to define
    and develop a management system which integrates these three
    disciplines into an effective operational management system.
    Discussion will include the interrelation of support and
    responsibility;  the identification of benefits, resources, and
    assessment objectives.

    To subscribe, send email to
        mailto:LISTSERV@LISTSERV.NODAK.EDU
    and in the body of the message, put
        Subscribe QUEST Firstname Lastname

    List-adress: mailto:QUEST@LISTSERV.NODAK.EDU
    Comments: -
    Last updated: 15/05/97


ENVIRONEWS
==========
    Contact: mailto:ens@envirolink.org or call 1-800-632-9528

    Ranking: ****
    Recipients: ENS is accessed by more than 6.6 million readers 
                per month.
    Frequency in average per day: very high
    Established: -

    Moderated: -
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: (one directional list)
    Status: public list

    The Environment News Service (ENS), a moderated list, 
    is the first and only newswire service dedicated to late 
    breaking environmental news.  ENS has been
    publishing on the internet since 1989.  ENS stories cover 
    important environmental developments, often months 
    before other news services. ENS is received by more
    than 6.6 million readers on-line.

    ENS is available on the World Wide Web at 
    http://www.envirolink.org/environews.  For your
    convenience, ENS can be sent directly to you via email:

    To subscribe
        mailto:listproc@envirolink.org
    and in the body of the message put
        subscribe environews firstname lastname

    If you or your organization produce news or information please 
    forward that information to the editorial desk at 
        mailto:newsdesk@envirolink.org

    Comments: -
    Last updated: 09/05/97


E-WIRE
======
    Contact: toll-free 1-800-832-5522

    Ranking: *
    Recipients: 10,000 EnviroLink subscribers and reached by 
                 600 environmental reporters, broadcasters, editors etc.
    Frequency in average per day: -
    Established: -

    Moderated: -
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: (one directional list)
    Status: public list

    E-Wire is our press release distribution service and carries 
    information from hundreds of companies, citizens' organizations, 
    universities and individuals.
    E-Wire is "The Best Media Distribution On Earth" and is affiliated
    with PRNewswire, the largest wire service in the world.  E-Wire is
    received by thousands of environmental publishers, broadcasters 
    and editors at major networks, trade publications, research 
    institutions and environmental information providing outlets.


    To subscribe
        mailto:listproc@envirolink.org or ewire@igc.apc.org
    and in the body of the message put
        subscribe e-wire firstname lastname

    Comments: -
    Last updated: 09/05/97


ECB (ENVIRONMENTAL COOPERATION BULLETIN)
=======================================
    Contact: lun@glasnet.ru (?)
    Maintainer: Center for Communications, Health and the Environment
                       (CECHE)

    Recipients: -
    Frequency in average per day: -
    Established: 

    Moderated: yes
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: -

    The purpose of this Bulletin is to provide a regular update of the
    environmental activities occurring in the New Independent States and
    East Europe for environmentalists working in international
    organizations, governments, non-governmental organizations,
    academia, scientific and research institutes, and the commercial sector. 
    It is a compilation of information from many sources: news media, 
    interviews with project managers, and monthly publications such as 
    Procurement Opportunities, published by the European Bank for 
    Reconstruction and Development, and the Monthly Operational Summary,
    published by the World Bank. ECB includes:
    1. Calendar - Upcoming Events, Meetings and Activities
    2. News Briefs - Environmental Projects by Country
    3. Information Resources

    To subscribe, send email to 
        ceche@igc.apc.org
    and in the body of the message, put
        subscribe ECB

    Last edited: 03/06/97


LIVESTOCK CONFERENCE
=====================
    Contact: mailto:Bhart@undp.org (Bob Hart) or 
                  mailto:V.Mares-ETH@cgnet.com (Victor Mares)

    Ranking: NR
    Recipients: low
    Frequency in average per day: -
    Established:  11/10/94

    Moderated: -
    Archived: -
    Non-members may contribute mail: -
    Status: for members of virtual conference
 
    Since most stakeholders who are concerned about these issues do not
    have access to electronic mail, we are setting up a consultative
    process that will also include face-to-face local interviews and
    national roundtable discussions in 15-20 countries in Asia, Africa,
    and Latin America where short-term demand for livestock products is
    in conflict with longer-term concern for environmental degradation,
    such as deforestation, loss of biodiversity, land degradation,
    nutrient depletion, pollution from excessive nutrients, etc.

    The electronic conference will begin with an overview of the issues
    related to livestock and environment interactions and the types of
    environmental degradation that can be associated with: (a) grazing
    systems, (b) mixed crop/livestock systems, and (c) industrial
    (land-detached) livestock systems. Conferees will then have the
    option of dividing into groups organized by types of system to
    discuss and identify possible future policy and technology options
    and research and development strategies. Throughout the 12 week
    conference, the emphasis will be on sharing experiences and
    discussing issues of common interests that could lead to future
    cooperation among institutions with different perspectives but a
    common concern for human welfare and the design of policies and
    technologies that provide people with both environmental services
    (such as clean water and air, biodiversity, etc.) and important
    livestock products and services (such as meat, dairy products,
    manure, animal traction, and recycling wastes, etc.).

    To subscribe
        mailto:Mailserv@Mailserv.fao.org
    and in the body of the message put
        Subscribe LxE-L

    List-adress: mailto:LxE-L@mailserv.fao.org
    Comment: You may follow the postings and discussions of this
    conference. So far there are only introductions.
    Last updated: 01/01/97



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