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Browse All : 1) Peter Berle talks with Margaret Wittenberg, National Communications Team Leader for Whole Foods Market, about the new organic food labeling rules established by the United State Department of Agriculture (USDA). 2) Steve Westcott talks with Mark Stadler, biologist with Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, about the impact of ice storms have on wildlife. 3) Stephanie Goitchman plays listeners� comments about emissions trading, genetically engineered crops, and the Kyoto Conference. 4) Steve Westcott talks with humor columnist John Kelso, author of �Beans, Beans, Bad for the Earth� and founder of the environmental group SOBER, about asking people to reduce their consumption of beans. 5) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with Arthur Shapiro, professor of evolution, ecology, and entomology at the University of California at Davis, about the cabbage white butterfly. 6) Steve Westcott talks with Robert Bullard, Director of the Environmental Justice Resource Center at Clark Atlanta University, about his book, �Just Transportation: Dismantling Race and Class Barriers to Mobility.� 7) Peter Berle consults with experts Roger Schlicheisen, President of the Defenders of Wildlife, and Nina Fascione from the Defenders of Wildlife and Mission Wolf project to answer listeners� questions about the re-introduction of wolves in the Adirondack Park. 8) Author William Langewiesche reads an excerpt from his book, �Sahara Unveiled: A Journey Across the Desert.�

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Environment Show
Environment Show
1/24/1998
 
Description 1) Peter Berle talks with Margaret Wittenberg, National Communications Team Leader for Whole Foods Market, about the new organic food labeling rules established by the United State Department of Agriculture (USDA). 2) Steve Westcott talks with Mark Stadler, biologist with Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, about the impact of ice storms have on wildlife. 3) Stephanie Goitchman plays listeners� comments about emissions trading, genetically engineered crops, and the Kyoto Conference. 4) Steve Westcott talks with humor columnist John Kelso, author of �Beans, Beans, Bad for the Earth� and founder of the environmental group SOBER, about asking people to reduce their consumption of beans. 5) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with Arthur Shapiro, professor of evolution, ecology, and entomology at the University of California at Davis, about the cabbage white butterfly. 6) Steve Westcott talks with Robert Bullard, Director of the Environmental Justice Resource Center at Clark Atlanta University, about his book, �Just Transportation: Dismantling Race and Class Barriers to Mobility.� 7) Peter Berle consults with experts Roger Schlicheisen, President of the Defenders of Wildlife, and Nina Fascione from the Defenders of Wildlife and Mission Wolf project to answer listeners� questions about the re-introduction of wolves in the Adirondack Park. 8) Author William Langewiesche reads an excerpt from his book, �Sahara Unveiled: A Journey Across the Desert.�
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