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Browse All : 1) Peter Berle talks with Lester Brown from the Worldwatch Institute about their annual report entitled, �State of the World, 1998.� 2) Steven Westcott talks with Dr. Nan Bray from the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization�s Marine Research Division in Australia, about aquaculture research. 3) Peter Berle provides information about certified lumber. 4) Peter Berle visits Lafayette Cemetery in New Orleans with Perry Willis. 5) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with Bill Simmons, owner of E.W. Simmons Farms in Florida, about growing and harvesting strawberries. 6) Peter Berle talks with Environment Show Advisory Council members Jonathan Plaut, member of the NAFTA Commission on Environmental Cooperation and consultant to the UN, and Paul Ehrlich, a professor of population studies at Stanford University, about the Kyoto agreements and population growth. 7) Peter Berle talks with Dan Becker, Director of the Global Warming and Energy Program at the Sierra Club, and Dr. Richard Klimisch, an expert on alternative fuels and Vice President of Engineering Affairs with the American Automobile Manufacturing Association, about air pollution from automobiles. 8) Steven Westcott talks with author John Perkins about his book, �Shapeshifting: Techniques for a Global and Personal Transformation.�

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Environment Show
Environment Show
1/31/1998
 
Description 1) Peter Berle talks with Lester Brown from the Worldwatch Institute about their annual report entitled, �State of the World, 1998.� 2) Steven Westcott talks with Dr. Nan Bray from the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization�s Marine Research Division in Australia, about aquaculture research. 3) Peter Berle provides information about certified lumber. 4) Peter Berle visits Lafayette Cemetery in New Orleans with Perry Willis. 5) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with Bill Simmons, owner of E.W. Simmons Farms in Florida, about growing and harvesting strawberries. 6) Peter Berle talks with Environment Show Advisory Council members Jonathan Plaut, member of the NAFTA Commission on Environmental Cooperation and consultant to the UN, and Paul Ehrlich, a professor of population studies at Stanford University, about the Kyoto agreements and population growth. 7) Peter Berle talks with Dan Becker, Director of the Global Warming and Energy Program at the Sierra Club, and Dr. Richard Klimisch, an expert on alternative fuels and Vice President of Engineering Affairs with the American Automobile Manufacturing Association, about air pollution from automobiles. 8) Steven Westcott talks with author John Perkins about his book, �Shapeshifting: Techniques for a Global and Personal Transformation.�
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