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Browse All : 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.� and nam_apap_138_es_000378

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Environment Show
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.�
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