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Browse All : 1) Nancy Marshall talks with members of Russia�s Green Party about their ideology and efforts to fund local level projects. 2) Peter Berle consults with Dr. Stephen Webster, Marine Science Advisor for the Monterey Bay Aquarium, and Bert Vescolani, Director of Education for the Shedd Aquarium, to answer listeners� questions about the role of aquariums in promoting education, activism, and research. 3) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with Sandra Perez from the Department of Entomology at the University of Kansas, about migration patterns of monarch butterflies. 4) Steve Westcott talks with Jerry Casgrove from the Land Preservation Project, George Allen, a dairy farmer, and other residents from Easton, New York about their opinions on land use in the town and the decision to not build a nuclear power plant there. 5) In the Ear to the Ground segment, Linda Anderson talks with Mary Estes, Coordinator of the Arizona Site Steward Project, about the state�s efforts to train volunteers to monitor archeological sites in order to protect artifacts and petroglyphs. 6) Rachael Philips reports on the collaboration between the U.S. Department of Energy, EPA, and Maytag to design a high efficiency washing machine to conserve water and energy. 7) Michael Ray Taylor reads an excerpt from his book, �Cave Passages: Roaming the Underground Wilderness.�

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Environment Show
Environment Show
9/6/1997
 
Description 1) Nancy Marshall talks with members of Russia�s Green Party about their ideology and efforts to fund local level projects. 2) Peter Berle consults with Dr. Stephen Webster, Marine Science Advisor for the Monterey Bay Aquarium, and Bert Vescolani, Director of Education for the Shedd Aquarium, to answer listeners� questions about the role of aquariums in promoting education, activism, and research. 3) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with Sandra Perez from the Department of Entomology at the University of Kansas, about migration patterns of monarch butterflies. 4) Steve Westcott talks with Jerry Casgrove from the Land Preservation Project, George Allen, a dairy farmer, and other residents from Easton, New York about their opinions on land use in the town and the decision to not build a nuclear power plant there. 5) In the Ear to the Ground segment, Linda Anderson talks with Mary Estes, Coordinator of the Arizona Site Steward Project, about the state�s efforts to train volunteers to monitor archeological sites in order to protect artifacts and petroglyphs. 6) Rachael Philips reports on the collaboration between the U.S. Department of Energy, EPA, and Maytag to design a high efficiency washing machine to conserve water and energy. 7) Michael Ray Taylor reads an excerpt from his book, �Cave Passages: Roaming the Underground Wilderness.�
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