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Browse All : 1) Peter Berle talks with Jim Leckey, Chief of the Protected Species Division for the National Marine Fishery Service for the Southwest Region, and Diane Valantine, Salmon Protection Advocate for the Oregon Natural Resources Council, about the efforts to save the Coho salmon through the Endangered Species Act. 2) Peter Berle talks with Dianne Dumoanoski, author of �Our Stolen Future: Are we Threatening Our Fertility, Intelligence, and Survival � A Scientific Detective Story,� and Sheldon Krimsky from Tufts University, about endocrine disrupters. 3) Author Gary Ferguson reads and excerpt from his book, �Through the Woods: A Journey Through America�s Forests (The Sylvan Path).� 4) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with Bob Hamilton, Director of Science and Stewardship for the Oklahoma Chapter of the Nature Conservancy�s Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, about Bison. 5) Thomas Lalley reports from the Tour de Sol Electric Car Rally; he talks with Tom Thompson, Executive Director of the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association, and Jason Mark, Transportation Analyst for the Union of Concerned Scientists, about electric cars and alternative fuels. 6) Peter Berle talks with Gene Likens from the Institute of Ecosystem Studies about the effects of the 1990 amendments to the Clean Air Act on acid rain levels in the Northeast. 7) Stephanie Goitchman plays listeners� comments about mountain lions and nuclear power. 8) Thomas Lalley talks with Frans de Waal author of, �Bonobo: The Forgotten Ape.� 9) Author Kent Nerburn reads from his book, �A Haunting Reverence: Meditations on a Northern Land.� 10) Folk musicians Lou and Peter Berryman sing, �Here�s to Mother Nature,� from their album �Cow Imagination.�

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Environment Show
Environment Show
5/24/1997
 
Description 1) Peter Berle talks with Jim Leckey, Chief of the Protected Species Division for the National Marine Fishery Service for the Southwest Region, and Diane Valantine, Salmon Protection Advocate for the Oregon Natural Resources Council, about the efforts to save the Coho salmon through the Endangered Species Act. 2) Peter Berle talks with Dianne Dumoanoski, author of �Our Stolen Future: Are we Threatening Our Fertility, Intelligence, and Survival � A Scientific Detective Story,� and Sheldon Krimsky from Tufts University, about endocrine disrupters. 3) Author Gary Ferguson reads and excerpt from his book, �Through the Woods: A Journey Through America�s Forests (The Sylvan Path).� 4) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with Bob Hamilton, Director of Science and Stewardship for the Oklahoma Chapter of the Nature Conservancy�s Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, about Bison. 5) Thomas Lalley reports from the Tour de Sol Electric Car Rally; he talks with Tom Thompson, Executive Director of the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association, and Jason Mark, Transportation Analyst for the Union of Concerned Scientists, about electric cars and alternative fuels. 6) Peter Berle talks with Gene Likens from the Institute of Ecosystem Studies about the effects of the 1990 amendments to the Clean Air Act on acid rain levels in the Northeast. 7) Stephanie Goitchman plays listeners� comments about mountain lions and nuclear power. 8) Thomas Lalley talks with Frans de Waal author of, �Bonobo: The Forgotten Ape.� 9) Author Kent Nerburn reads from his book, �A Haunting Reverence: Meditations on a Northern Land.� 10) Folk musicians Lou and Peter Berryman sing, �Here�s to Mother Nature,� from their album �Cow Imagination.�
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