IEC Newsletter Vol. 8, No. 1 (March 1982)
· Review of state budget
· Abbott Power Plant to have scrubbers
· Three reports on Clean Air
· Illinois targeted in nuclear waste storage plans
· List of upcoming events

Tags: Budget; Power Plant; Scrubbers; Clear Air; Nuclear Waste; Nature Preserve; Endangered Species; Wildlife

IEC Newsletter Vol. 8, No. 2 (May 1982)
· Call for the closure of the Sheffield waste burial site
· Legislative report
· Statehouse report
· Report on nuclear power
· List of upcoming events

Tags: Sheffield Site; Hazardous Waste; Wetlands; Rice Lake; Coal; Nuclear Power

IEC Newsletter Vol. 8, No. 3 (June 1982)
· Special legislative session update
· Abbott Scrubbers
· Wetlands Bill passes House
· Nuclear Waste bill advances
· Goals for 1982

Tags: Scrubbers; Wetlands; Nuclear Waste; 1982 Goals

IEC Newsletter Vol. 8, No. 4 (July 1982)
· Protests following strip mining decision
· National activities
· Statehouse report
· Report on organic farming and organic movement
· List of upcoming events

Tags: Strip Mining; Coal; Landfill; Nuclear Waste; Rice Lake; Acid Rain; Bottle Bill; Wetlands; Rock Island Trail; Organic Farming

IEC Newsletter Vol. 8, No. 5 (November 1982): Special Issue
· Issue on IEC’s agricultural/environmental consensus project
· Soil Erosion
· List of upcoming events

Tags: Common Ground Task Force; Soil Erosion

IEC Bulletin (December 1982)
· First IEC Bulletin
· Nature Preserves Commission budget cut

Tags: Nature Preserves Commission; Budget; Annual Meeting

IEC Bulletin (November 1982)
· Election Results
· Veto Session
· Nuclear waste in Morris, IL

Tags: Veto Session; Nuclear Waste; Morris

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IEC Notes from the Director, Ken Mitchell

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