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Browse All : 1) Peter Berle talks with Robert Socolow, professor and Director of the Center for Energy and Environmental Studies at Princeton University, about separating carbon dioxide and hydrogen from fossil fuels to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. 2) Peter Berle consults with experts Edward Norton, Vice President of Law and Public Policy for the National Trust for Historic Preservation and author of �Reclaiming Our Heritage: What We Need To Do To Preserve America�s National Parks,� Sharon Buccino from the Natural Resources Defense Council, Alston Chase, author of �Playing God at Yellowstone: The Destruction of America�s First National Park,� and Mark Boyce, Chair of Ecology in the College of Natural Resources at the University of Wisconsin, to answer listeners� questions about the conditions in and management of U.S. National Parks. 3) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with Martin Uman, Chairman of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Florida, about lightning. 4)Thomas Lalley visits the Living Technologies, LTD. sewage treatment plant in South Burlington, VT to learn about how they are using greenhouse facilities with flowering plants as an alternative method to treat sewage. 5) Peter Berle talks with J. Barlow, head of the Coastal Marine Mammal Program for the National Marine Fishery Service in La Jolla, California, about the effects of El Nino on marine mammals such as sea lions and harbor seals off the coast of California. 6) Michelle Corem talks with Edna and C.J. Elfont, authors of the book, �Sand Dunes of the Great Lakes.� 7) Geoffrey Canada reads an excerpt from his book, �Fist Stick Knife Gun: A Personal History of Violence in America.� 8) Recording of the Talking Heads� song, �This Must Be the Place,� from the CD, �Speaking in Tongues.�

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Environment Show
Environment Show
8/16/1997
 
Description 1) Peter Berle talks with Robert Socolow, professor and Director of the Center for Energy and Environmental Studies at Princeton University, about separating carbon dioxide and hydrogen from fossil fuels to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. 2) Peter Berle consults with experts Edward Norton, Vice President of Law and Public Policy for the National Trust for Historic Preservation and author of �Reclaiming Our Heritage: What We Need To Do To Preserve America�s National Parks,� Sharon Buccino from the Natural Resources Defense Council, Alston Chase, author of �Playing God at Yellowstone: The Destruction of America�s First National Park,� and Mark Boyce, Chair of Ecology in the College of Natural Resources at the University of Wisconsin, to answer listeners� questions about the conditions in and management of U.S. National Parks. 3) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with Martin Uman, Chairman of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Florida, about lightning. 4)Thomas Lalley visits the Living Technologies, LTD. sewage treatment plant in South Burlington, VT to learn about how they are using greenhouse facilities with flowering plants as an alternative method to treat sewage. 5) Peter Berle talks with J. Barlow, head of the Coastal Marine Mammal Program for the National Marine Fishery Service in La Jolla, California, about the effects of El Nino on marine mammals such as sea lions and harbor seals off the coast of California. 6) Michelle Corem talks with Edna and C.J. Elfont, authors of the book, �Sand Dunes of the Great Lakes.� 7) Geoffrey Canada reads an excerpt from his book, �Fist Stick Knife Gun: A Personal History of Violence in America.� 8) Recording of the Talking Heads� song, �This Must Be the Place,� from the CD, �Speaking in Tongues.�
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