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Browse All : 1) Rachel Philips talks with Scott Cassel, Director of Waste Policy for the Massachusetts� Department of Environmental Affairs, and Jim Dunbar, Program Manager of the Solid Waste Program for Georgia�s Environmental Protection Division, about closing unlined landfills and increasing recycling programs. 2) Steven Westcott talks with Dr. David Karen, a senior scientist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, about brown tide in the northeast. 3) Peter Berle talks with Environment Show Advisory Council members Brewster Denny, professor and former dean for the School of Public Administration at the University of Washington in Seattle, and Mike Robins, former editor of Audubon Magazine, about their concerns with the extinction of the king salmon and sharing space with wildlife. 4) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with Jim Rod, manager of the Constitution Marsh Sanctuary, about the 97th Consecutive Annual Christmas Bird Count sponsored by the National Audubon Society. 5) Kent Patterson reports on illegal timber harvesting in Mexico. 6) Peter Berle talks with experts John Echeverria, an environmental law professor at Georgetown University, and Grant Mason, Director of Communications for Defenders of Property Rights, about their views on restricting private property rights in order to protect the entire community. 7) Author David Noland reads an excerpt from his book, �Travels Along the Edge: 40 Ultimate Adventures for the Modern Nomad � From Crossing the Sahara to Bicycling Through Vietnam.�

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Environment Show
Environment Show
1/10/1998
 
Description 1) Rachel Philips talks with Scott Cassel, Director of Waste Policy for the Massachusetts� Department of Environmental Affairs, and Jim Dunbar, Program Manager of the Solid Waste Program for Georgia�s Environmental Protection Division, about closing unlined landfills and increasing recycling programs. 2) Steven Westcott talks with Dr. David Karen, a senior scientist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, about brown tide in the northeast. 3) Peter Berle talks with Environment Show Advisory Council members Brewster Denny, professor and former dean for the School of Public Administration at the University of Washington in Seattle, and Mike Robins, former editor of Audubon Magazine, about their concerns with the extinction of the king salmon and sharing space with wildlife. 4) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with Jim Rod, manager of the Constitution Marsh Sanctuary, about the 97th Consecutive Annual Christmas Bird Count sponsored by the National Audubon Society. 5) Kent Patterson reports on illegal timber harvesting in Mexico. 6) Peter Berle talks with experts John Echeverria, an environmental law professor at Georgetown University, and Grant Mason, Director of Communications for Defenders of Property Rights, about their views on restricting private property rights in order to protect the entire community. 7) Author David Noland reads an excerpt from his book, �Travels Along the Edge: 40 Ultimate Adventures for the Modern Nomad � From Crossing the Sahara to Bicycling Through Vietnam.�
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