IEC 1979 Raffle

IEC Action Handbook (February 1979)

IEC News Bulletin (June 1979)

1979 Environmental Scorecard

IEC Newsletter Vol. 5, No. 1 (February 1979)
· Fight for new bottle bill begins
· Statehouse update
· DOC supports conservation at Illinois beach
· New push for coal severance tax
· Report on bill to scrap water projects
· Profile on Community Recycling Center
· List of upcoming events

Tags: Bottle Bill; Smog; Clean Air; Illinois Beach Marina; Coal Severance Tax; Community Recycling Center

IEC Newsletter Vol. 5, No. 2 (March 1979)
· Review of IEC annual meeting
· Statehouse update
· DOC wins landmark decision over Corps
· List of upcoming events

Tags: Students; Waterways; Bottle Bill; Trails

IEC Newsletter Vol. 5, No. 3 (April 1979)
· Bottle bill fails in committee
· Recommendations on nuclear power from Governor Thompson
· Sulfur dioxide bills not called
· Report on hazardous waste bills
· Statehouse report
· List of upcoming events

Tags: Bottle Bill; Nuclear Power; Governor Thompson; Sulfur Dioxide; Hazardous Waste; Trails

IEC Newsletter Vol. 5, No. 4 (May 1979)
· Update on hazardous waste bills
· Report of potential threat to Rock Island Trail
· Statehouse report
· Clean water plans await approval
· List of upcoming events
· List of legislature votes

Tags: Hazardous Waste; Rock Island Trail; Litter Taxes; Nuclear Power; Clean Water

IEC Newsletter Vol. 5, No. 5 (July 1979)
· Legislature earns passing grade on environmental issues
· Hazardous waste bill on Governor’s desk
· Amtrak funds threatened
· Review of how environmental bills performed
· Statehouse Update
· Report on bottle bill support
· List of upcoming events
· List of legislature votes

Tags: Hazardous Waste; Amtrak; Nuclear Power; Rock Island Trail; Sulfur Dioxide; Wildlife; Bottle Bill

IEC Newsletter Vol. 5, No. 6 (October 1979)
· Waste and wildlife bills vetoed
· Update on Illinois Beach State Park
· Report on bottle bill
· Middle Fork nominated for Scenic River System
· Profile on J. Theodore Meyer
· List of upcoming events

Tags: Hazardous Waste; Wildlife; Illinois Beach State Park; Bottle Bill; Solar Power; Clean Air; Coal; Middle Fork; J. Theodore Meyer

IEC Newsletter Vol. 5, No. 7 (November 1979)
· Update of Rock Island Trail possible opening
· Car inspection debate starting
· Project halted in Fort Massac State Park
· Legislators debate nuclear power
· Profile on Carol Moseley Braun
· List of upcoming events

Tags: Rock Island Trail; Emission; Clean Air; Fort Massac State Park; Nuclear Power; Bottle Bill; Carol Moseley Braun

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