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Browse All : 1) Host Peter Berle talks with Congressman George Miller (D-California), Chairman of the House Resources Committee, about the Public Resources Deficit Reduction Act and efforts to reduce corporate subsidies to resource industries. 2)Peter Berle talks with David Roodman from the World Watch Institute about his paper, "Paying the Piper: Subsidies, Politics, and the Environment," and Mike Orlando and Chris Douglass from the Center for the Study of American Business at Washington University about their book, "Toward a Healthier Environment and Stronger Economy: How to Achieve Common Ground." 3) Author Don Gayton reads a passage from his book, "Landscapes of the Interior: Re-explorations of Nature and the Human Spirit." 4) In The Earth Calendar segment, Berle talks with the owners of Durand Family Ponds and Farms in Louisiana about crawfish harvesting and rice fields. 5) Thomas Lalley talks with Joseph McGonigle about the environmental impact of aquaculture. 6) Stephanie Goitchman consults with experts to answer listeners' questions about paper recycling and indoor compositing. 7) In the Then and Now segment, Thomas Lalley talks with Bill Gartner from the University of Wisconsin at Madison about pre-Columbian communities and sustainable living practices. 8) Author Gary Ferguson reads a passage about Chehalis Indian folklore from his book, "Spirits of the Wild: The World's Great Nature Tales." 9) Folk musician John Prine sings "Paradise."

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Environment Show
Environment Show
3/22/1997
 
Description 1) Host Peter Berle talks with Congressman George Miller (D-California), Chairman of the House Resources Committee, about the Public Resources Deficit Reduction Act and efforts to reduce corporate subsidies to resource industries. 2)Peter Berle talks with David Roodman from the World Watch Institute about his paper, "Paying the Piper: Subsidies, Politics, and the Environment," and Mike Orlando and Chris Douglass from the Center for the Study of American Business at Washington University about their book, "Toward a Healthier Environment and Stronger Economy: How to Achieve Common Ground." 3) Author Don Gayton reads a passage from his book, "Landscapes of the Interior: Re-explorations of Nature and the Human Spirit." 4) In The Earth Calendar segment, Berle talks with the owners of Durand Family Ponds and Farms in Louisiana about crawfish harvesting and rice fields. 5) Thomas Lalley talks with Joseph McGonigle about the environmental impact of aquaculture. 6) Stephanie Goitchman consults with experts to answer listeners' questions about paper recycling and indoor compositing. 7) In the Then and Now segment, Thomas Lalley talks with Bill Gartner from the University of Wisconsin at Madison about pre-Columbian communities and sustainable living practices. 8) Author Gary Ferguson reads a passage about Chehalis Indian folklore from his book, "Spirits of the Wild: The World's Great Nature Tales." 9) Folk musician John Prine sings "Paradise."
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