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Browse All : 1) Peter Berle discusses the growth of China and its impact on its and the world's environment, 2) Peter Berle discusses the removal of 29 animals from the Endangered Species List, 3) Steven Westcott describes a collective of Tramp of Folk Artists in Troy, NY, 4) In the Earth Calendar segment Peter Berle describes the migration and other habits of Mexican free tailed bats, 5) Linda Anderson talks with Alan Durning of the Northwest Environment Watch about the possiblity of substituting a pollution tax for income tax, 6) Peter Berle leads a discussion of fuel cells in the Talking Green portion, 7) Anne Eales reads from her book "Army Wives on the American Frontier" and Sound

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Environment Show
Environment Show
5/12/1998
 
Description 1) Peter Berle discusses the growth of China and its impact on its and the world's environment, 2) Peter Berle discusses the removal of 29 animals from the Endangered Species List, 3) Steven Westcott describes a collective of Tramp of Folk Artists in Troy, NY, 4) In the Earth Calendar segment Peter Berle describes the migration and other habits of Mexican free tailed bats, 5) Linda Anderson talks with Alan Durning of the Northwest Environment Watch about the possiblity of substituting a pollution tax for income tax, 6) Peter Berle leads a discussion of fuel cells in the Talking Green portion, 7) Anne Eales reads from her book "Army Wives on the American Frontier"
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