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Browse All : 1) Peter Berle talks with Dr. Vincent Garry, a professor and Director of Environmental Medicine and Pathology at the University of Minnesota, about his research on the correlation between agricultural chemicals and birth defects. 2) Steven Westcott talks with Henry Linden, professor of energy and power engineering and management at the Illinois Institute of Technology, about his theory that temperature increases during the past century are attributed to the recovery from the Little Ice Age. 3) Rachel Philips reports that Ranger Rick Magazine, a publication of the National Wildlife Federation, is celebrating its 30th anniversary. 4) In the Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with Jim Aldrich, from the Jim Beam Nature Preserve and the Nature Conservancy, about fall foliage and the various tree species along the Kentucky River. 5) Rachel Philips responds to a report in E: The Environmental Magazine, and talks with officials from Wyoming, which was named the state with the lowest percentage of recycled materials by the magazine. 6) Peter Berle talks with Dan Becker, Director of the Global Warming and Energy Program at the Sierra Club and member of the Presidential Commission on Auto-Exhaust Emissions, and Dr. Richard Klimisch, an expert on alternative fuels and Vice President of Engineering Affairs with the American Automobile Manufacturing Association, about American automobile manufactures� reluctance to adopt new technology to reduce tailpipe emissions. 7) Author Colin Fletcher reads an excerpt from his book, �River: One Man�s Journey Down the Colorado, Source to Sea.�

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Environment Show
Environment Show
10/18/1997
 
Description 1) Peter Berle talks with Dr. Vincent Garry, a professor and Director of Environmental Medicine and Pathology at the University of Minnesota, about his research on the correlation between agricultural chemicals and birth defects. 2) Steven Westcott talks with Henry Linden, professor of energy and power engineering and management at the Illinois Institute of Technology, about his theory that temperature increases during the past century are attributed to the recovery from the Little Ice Age. 3) Rachel Philips reports that Ranger Rick Magazine, a publication of the National Wildlife Federation, is celebrating its 30th anniversary. 4) In the Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with Jim Aldrich, from the Jim Beam Nature Preserve and the Nature Conservancy, about fall foliage and the various tree species along the Kentucky River. 5) Rachel Philips responds to a report in E: The Environmental Magazine, and talks with officials from Wyoming, which was named the state with the lowest percentage of recycled materials by the magazine. 6) Peter Berle talks with Dan Becker, Director of the Global Warming and Energy Program at the Sierra Club and member of the Presidential Commission on Auto-Exhaust Emissions, and Dr. Richard Klimisch, an expert on alternative fuels and Vice President of Engineering Affairs with the American Automobile Manufacturing Association, about American automobile manufactures� reluctance to adopt new technology to reduce tailpipe emissions. 7) Author Colin Fletcher reads an excerpt from his book, �River: One Man�s Journey Down the Colorado, Source to Sea.�
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