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Browse All : 1) Peter Berle talks with Professor Marvin Miller from the Center for International Studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology about his visit to a nuclear reprocessing plant in La Hougue, France. 2) Peter Berle talks with Charles Terry, an electrical engineer from Phoenix Arizona, about separating carbon dioxide and hydrogen from fossil fuels. 3) Nancy Marshall talks with environmentalists from Green Peace in Moscow and officials from Russia�s Nuclear Safety Department about Russia�s nuclear power program and their efforts to construct ten new nuclear reactors. 4) Author Colin Fletcher reads an excerpt from his book, �River: One Man�s Journey Down the Colorado, Source to Sea.� 5) Peter Berle talks with Bobby Bernett about his experiences as a thru-hiker on the Appalachian Trail. 6) As part of the continuing series on El Nino, Peter Berle talks with Peter Greenbaum, Vice President and Latin American economist for Smith Barney, about the economic impacts of El Nino on the Andean countries in South America. 7) Rachel Philips talks with Lester Brown from the World Watch Institute about his study, �Agricultural Link: How Environmental Deterioration Could Disrupt Economic Progress.� 8) Peter Berle consults with experts Brian Dunkiel, Director of Tax Policy at Friends of the Earth, and Andrew Hoerner, Director of the Environmental Tax Program, to answer listeners� questions about taxes, the environment, and the new tax bill signed by President Clinton. 9) Recording of Vanessa Rubin�s song, �Being Green.�

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Environment Show
Environment Show
8/30/1997
 
Description 1) Peter Berle talks with Professor Marvin Miller from the Center for International Studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology about his visit to a nuclear reprocessing plant in La Hougue, France. 2) Peter Berle talks with Charles Terry, an electrical engineer from Phoenix Arizona, about separating carbon dioxide and hydrogen from fossil fuels. 3) Nancy Marshall talks with environmentalists from Green Peace in Moscow and officials from Russia�s Nuclear Safety Department about Russia�s nuclear power program and their efforts to construct ten new nuclear reactors. 4) Author Colin Fletcher reads an excerpt from his book, �River: One Man�s Journey Down the Colorado, Source to Sea.� 5) Peter Berle talks with Bobby Bernett about his experiences as a thru-hiker on the Appalachian Trail. 6) As part of the continuing series on El Nino, Peter Berle talks with Peter Greenbaum, Vice President and Latin American economist for Smith Barney, about the economic impacts of El Nino on the Andean countries in South America. 7) Rachel Philips talks with Lester Brown from the World Watch Institute about his study, �Agricultural Link: How Environmental Deterioration Could Disrupt Economic Progress.� 8) Peter Berle consults with experts Brian Dunkiel, Director of Tax Policy at Friends of the Earth, and Andrew Hoerner, Director of the Environmental Tax Program, to answer listeners� questions about taxes, the environment, and the new tax bill signed by President Clinton. 9) Recording of Vanessa Rubin�s song, �Being Green.�
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