It is where 75 percent of Americans live and a decent fraction of where our bugs, plants and animals persistStudy: More ecosystem data needed Oct 09, 2002
I think that we have had a consensus for a long time among people who look at information for public policy that the role for sound strategic data on how we are doing business has been an absolutely fundamental foundation for doing policy buildingStudy: More ecosystem data needed Oct 09, 2002
What is needed now is a broad ranging public policy debate on what ought to be our priorities in terms of how much dough we may be willing to invest as a society in filling which of these gapsStudy: More ecosystem data needed Oct 09, 2002
This is about the freedom that we enjoy as Americans, the free speech guaranteed us in the Constitution, the long tradition of academic freedom on campus and the right to due process guaranteed by a union contractUPI's Capital Comment for July 5, 2002 Jul 05, 2002
William Harold Clark (July 1, 1869 – December 27, 1913) was a politician in Alberta, Canada, and a municipal councillor in Edmonton.
William Clark was born in London, England on July 1, 1869. After being educated in London's public schools, he went to work for his father at age sixteen in the building and contracting business.
He moved to Toronto in 1889 and to Edmonton in 1895. In Edmonton, he founded W. H. Clark & Company, which produced sash, doors, and interior furnishings. In this capacity, he did the millwork for many significant buildings, including the Civic Block, the medical building at the University of Alberta, and several hospital units.