REFINE 

Browse All : 1) Peter Berle talks with Carol Browner, administrator for the Environmental Protection Agency and representative for the United States on the Committee on Environmental Cooperation, about the committee she serves on and their most recent meeting in Montreal. 2) Rachel Phillips talks with Richard Wilson, a senior research scientist for the Center for Climate Systems Research, Dr. Sallie Baliunas, an astrophysicist for the Harvard Smithsonian Center at Harvard University, and Dr. Alan Arching, an atmospheric physicist at John�s Hopkins University, about the impact of solar radiation on global climate change. 3) Steven Westcott talks with Jeanie Tomlinson, managing director of the Windstar Foundation, about co-founder John Denver�s vision for the organization. 4) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with Carl Safina, Vice President of the Living Oceans Project for the National Audubon society, about the migration patterns of fish and sharks off the coast of Long Island. 5) Steven Westcott talks with Nina Fascione from the Defenders of Wildlife and Mission Wolf about the organization�s efforts to gain public support for the reintroduction of wolves to the Adirondack Mountains. 6) Peter Berle talks with Andy Kerr, former Executive Director of the Oregon Natural Resources Council, and Pat Waak, Director of the Population and Habitat campaign for the National Audubon Society, about controlling growth, limiting sprawl, and making communities livable and sustainable. 7) Author Alison Hawthorne Deming reads an excerpt from her book, �Temporary Homelands: Essays on Nature, Spirit, and Place.�

1-1 of 1
Environment Show
Environment Show
11/1/1997
 
Description 1) Peter Berle talks with Carol Browner, administrator for the Environmental Protection Agency and representative for the United States on the Committee on Environmental Cooperation, about the committee she serves on and their most recent meeting in Montreal. 2) Rachel Phillips talks with Richard Wilson, a senior research scientist for the Center for Climate Systems Research, Dr. Sallie Baliunas, an astrophysicist for the Harvard Smithsonian Center at Harvard University, and Dr. Alan Arching, an atmospheric physicist at John�s Hopkins University, about the impact of solar radiation on global climate change. 3) Steven Westcott talks with Jeanie Tomlinson, managing director of the Windstar Foundation, about co-founder John Denver�s vision for the organization. 4) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with Carl Safina, Vice President of the Living Oceans Project for the National Audubon society, about the migration patterns of fish and sharks off the coast of Long Island. 5) Steven Westcott talks with Nina Fascione from the Defenders of Wildlife and Mission Wolf about the organization�s efforts to gain public support for the reintroduction of wolves to the Adirondack Mountains. 6) Peter Berle talks with Andy Kerr, former Executive Director of the Oregon Natural Resources Council, and Pat Waak, Director of the Population and Habitat campaign for the National Audubon Society, about controlling growth, limiting sprawl, and making communities livable and sustainable. 7) Author Alison Hawthorne Deming reads an excerpt from her book, �Temporary Homelands: Essays on Nature, Spirit, and Place.�
1-1 of 1