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Environment Show
6/5/1999
Description 1) Steven Westcott and Dan Chang, professor of Environmental engineering discuss the health risks of Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether (MTBE)s in ground water. 2) Peter Berle speaks with John Moulder, oncologist and Libby Kelly with the Council on Wireless Technology about the environmental and health risks of cell phone towers. 3) Peter Berle discusses the American national park system. 4) Steven Bodio reads from his book, On the Edge of the Mind: Passions and Pleasures of a Naturalist. 5) Peter Berle and Dr. Stephen Kress discuss the success of the puffin project in Maine. 6) Linda Anderson presents a segment highlighting tensions in Gramercy Park where resident Aldon James protests the removal of trees. 7) Peter Berle speaks with Tim Townsend of the University of Florida, Peter Yost of the Homebuilders Research Center and Nevin Cohen of Inform Inc. about recycling, construction waste and the state of landfills. 8) Callers.
Environment Show
8/18/1996
Description 1.) Host Peter Berle reports on the controversy involving the regulation of dolphin safe tuna and talks with Brooks Yager of the Deparment of the Interior about the regulations. 2.) Berle discusses sustainable environment around the Columbia River in Washington. 3.) Thomas Lalley compares sustainable development in Washington to sustainable development in India and talks with architect Sue Hassini about the differences. 4.) In the segment Locking Horns, citizen activist Honey Sharp Wheeler argues with Ron Nessen of the cellular telephone industry association about how much say citizens' should have in the construction of cellular towers. 5.) In the segment Earth Calendar, Lalley talks with Steve Webster from the Monterey Bay Aquarium about blue whales.
Environment Show
1/21/1990
Description 1.) Host Bruce Robertson talks with Senator George Mitchell, National Clean Air Coalition chairman Dick Ayers, and Automobile Manufacturing Association member Tim Mccarthy about Bill S1630. This bill, also know as the Clear Air Act, would impose stricter regulations and standards involving air quality standards. Robertson also talks with Thomas Jorling, commissioner of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, who believes NYS should adopt the emission standards of California. 2.) Robertson also talks with Dr. Clinton Fuller and Dr. Robert Lentz about their work involving polymer producing bacteria. Fuller believes these bacteria could produce a biodegradable plastic for everyday use. 3.) Robertson talks with Norm Crampton, of the Institute of Solid Waste, about what to do with construction material. 4.) Finally, Robertson discusses the opening of the largest recycling center in the country, located in Springfield Massachusetts.
Environment Show
4/11/1998
Description 1) Discussion of the ICE T Highway bill for highway construction, 2) Peter Berle discusses the reintroduction of Mexican gray wolves to the Apache National Forest with Wendy Brown of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, 3) Steven Westcott talks with David Scoule about a program of environmental monitoring in the Amazon Rainforest, 4) the Earth Calendar segment has a piece on grizzly bears and black bears coming out of hibernation in Glacier National Park, 5) Steven Westcott interviews Jack Nasser about the visual appearance of cities, 6) In Talking Green Peter Berle describes the problems with pvc pipe (pre1977) discharging harmful vinyl chloride into drinking water, 7) Author David Noland reads from his essay about climbing Mount Kiliminjaro
Environment Show
1/14/1996
Description 1.) Host Peter Berle discusses the recent Salvage Logging Rider and the environmental problems it poses and talks with Julie Domond of the environmental group Headwaters, about the issue. 2.) Berle discusses the issue of clear cutting trees in Maine. 3.) In the segment "Locking Horns", Bill Vale of the Maine Forest Products Council and John Carter of the Green Party, discuss the issue of clear cutting. 4.) In the segment "Ear to the Ground", Linda Anderson talks with Mary Angle Francini of the Save the Redwoods League about their efforts to save the trees. 5.) Berle talks with Nashville, Tennessee guitar maker Jim Triggs about his work. 6.) In the segment "Earth Calendar", Berle talks with Buffalo meteorologist Stan Levine about the causes of lake effect snow.
Environment Show
1/18/2000
Description 1) Mark Brodie discusses the construction of a nuclear waste incinerator in Wyoming with Berte Hirschfield of Keep Yellowstone Nuclear Free and Berverly Cook with the Office of Nuclear Energy, Science & Technology. 2) Peter Berle and Lester Brown, President of the Worldwatch Institute discuss the State of the World Report. 3) Peter Berle gives a tongue in cheek tip for buying a car. 4) Peter Berle discusses the reproduction behavior of the hellbender salamander with Brant Fisher of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources. 5) Peter Berle discusses global trade and the environment with John Wirth, Professor of Latin American Studies, Brewster Denny, Professor of Public Affairs and Michael Robbins of Audubon Magazine. 6) Caitlyn Kim discusses environmental concerns computer chip manufacturing plants.
Environment Show
7/5/1997
Description 1) Peter Berle talks with Katie McGinty from President Clinton�s administration about climate change and greenhouse gas mitigation. 2) Thomas Lalley visits the Hamilton Hills neighborhood in Schenectady, New York and talks with Beverly Bernett from Hill and Vale Affordable Housing about community loan funds and community land trusts. 3) Author Colin Fletcher reads an excerpt from his book, �River: One Man�s Journey Down the Colorado, Source to Sea.� 4) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with Jeremy Garrett from the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation about Mexican Free-tailed Bats. 5) Thomas Lalley visits the Community Warehouse in Hoosick Falls, NY and talks with Meg Morris about the center�s mission, which is to collect and resell reusable items instead of sending them to landfills. 6) Peter Berle consults with experts George James, Program Manager for the Department of Energy�s Building America Program, and Pliny Fisk, architect and Co-director of the Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems, to answer listeners� questions about green housing and green design. 7)Recording of Craig Nuttycombe�s song, �Stuff� from his album �Planetorial Janitor.�
Environment Show
3/26/1997
Description 1) Nancy Marshall interviews Senator Frank Murkowski (R-Alaska) about his environmental policy initiatives and his support for the construction of a temporary nuclear waste storage facility in Yucca Mountain, Nevada. 2) Peter Berle talks with Howard Lyman from the Humane Society�s Eating with Conscience campaign, Dr. Klapper, M.D., and Dennis Avery from the Center of Global Food Issues about the impact of meat based diets on the environment. 3) Roderick Nash, environmental studies history professor at University of California at Santa Barbara, reads a passage from his book, �Big Drops: Ten Legendary Rapids of the American West.� 4) In The Earth Calendar segment, biologist Kenneth Clifton describes seaweed reproduction. 5) Thomas Lalley reports from Hawthorn Valley Farms in Ghent, NY about the growing movement for community supported agriculture. 6) Report discussing how cows affect the environment. 7) Thomas Lalley interviews Kent Whealy from Seed Savers Exchange about the organization�s mission to maintain heirloom plant varieties. 8) Lee Talbott discusses his role as a consultant for the World Bank�s dam project on the Nam Theun River in Laos. 9) Recording of Aaron Copeland�s composition, �Simple Gifts.�
Environment Show
4/19/1997
Description 1)Thomas Lalley visits the Ironbound section of Newark, NJ to talk with Tiwana Steward-Griffin, Head of Ironbound Committee Against Toxic Waste, and June Kruszewski, resident and founding member of Ironbound Committee Against Toxic Waste, about their efforts to prevent Bio Gro (subsidiary of WMX) from building a sludge processing plant in neighborhood. 2) Stephanie Goitchman plays listeners� comments about overpopulation and ecotourism. 3) Thomas Lalley talks with Goldman Award winner, Juan Pablo Orrego, about his efforts to prevent the construction of another hydroelectric dam on the Biobio River in Chile. 4) Author Gregory McNamee reads a passage from his book, �A Desert Bestiary: Folklore, Literature, and Ecological Thought from the World�s Dry Places.� 5) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with Bob Gabrielson, President of the NYS Commercial Fisherman�s Association, about Shad fishing in the Hudson River. 6) Report about toxic pollutants in the Arctic. 7)Peter Berle talks with Mark Evans, Chief of Operations and Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Craig Williams from the Chemical Weapons Working Group, and Mary Hoinkes, General Counsel of the US Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, about the Chemical Weapons Convention and destruction of chemical weapons. 8) Folk musician Robert Hoyt sings, �It�s Quittin� Time on the High Tech Plantation,� from his album, �Dumpster Diving Across America.�
Environment Show
6/14/1997
Description 1) Pete Berle talks with Greg Petrich, Conservation Director of the Alaska Rainforest Campaign, and Phil Janik, Regional Forester, about logging regulations in the Tongass National Forest. 2) Peter Berle consults with Grace Gershuny from the Northeast Organic Farming Association, Diane Bowen, Executive Director of California Certified Organic Farmers, and Joel Salatin, a farmer in the Shenandoah Valley, to answer listeners� questions about organic farming. 3) In The Earth Calendar segment, Thomas Lalley talks with Lynn Kimsey, professor of entomology, about termites. 4) Thomas Lalley talks with Bill Mollison about sustainable living and permaculture. 5) In the Ear to the Ground segment, Linda Anderson talks with Bethany Walder from Wildlands CPR about reversing the ecological impact of wild-land roads. 6) Thomas Lalley talks with David Shaw, Director of the Wind River Canopy Crane, about using construction cranes to access forest canopies. 7) Recording of Woody Guthrie�s �Pastures of Plenty,� and �This Land is Your Land,� from the CD, �Woody Guthrie: The Asch Recordings.�
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